The drive towards sustainability has never been more urgent; and we are all part of the global challenge to create a productive and healthy today without compromising the needs of tomorrow. Lloyd’s Register recognises and welcomes the building momentum around the global decarbonisation agenda – and the contribution we can make.
World class services across the lifecycle of your project
We are uniquely placed to support your energy project. Along with our marine industry heritage, we draw on decades of experience in energy. We have helped to shape and grow the energy sector through supporting client projects as well as research and technology advancement.
Our team includes a number of renowned energy experts, who have worked on ground-breaking and complex projects for the industry’s most ambitious and successful organisations. We have expertise across the sector, including nuclear power, offshore wind, onshore wind, solar, wave & tidal and energy storage.
- Site assessment
- Energy resource assessment
- Risk management
- Grid connections
- Certification & classification
- Performance optimisation & failure analysis
- Owner’s engineer
- Technology qualification
- Nuclear safety assessment & licensing
- Nuclear decommissioning & waste management
- Nuclear Academy (training)
Towards the tipping point: Technology Radar - Renewable energy
Energy we support
Windiness index: Download the latest dashboard for your region
Our Energy Resource Services team have used their experience and expertise to present simple dashboards of windiness for key markets. For each country or region a simple graphical representation of the windiness of the last 10-years is presented, including a relative figure for the year to date against the same period in the historic data. These are updated on a quarterly basis.
What we think
Who we work with
We help businesses across dozens of sectors push forward and achieve like never before. How can we help you?
Case study: Energy storage (Hornsdale wind farm)
How LR delivered technical Grid Connection support for the world’s largest lithium ion battery (100MW/129MWh), known as Hornsdale Power Reserve.