Airswift strengthens energy renewables in APAC with EPI Group joint venture

Global workforce solutions provider Airswift has announced a new joint venture with global energy consultancy EPI Group.

Strengthening renewable energy operations in APAC, the JV will provide end-to-end support for companies entering the region’s renewable energy sector. Building on a six-year partnership, together the two companies will offer a portfolio of renewable energy services.

Airswift will provide managed services expertise, recruitment and mobilisation of multi-discipline teams, complemented by EPI Group’s specialist technical and environment capabilities across project development, construction and monitoring to ensure successful operations for developers in offshore wind, solar and geothermal.

EPI Group have several local employees focused on this join venture who will be based out of Airswift’s Kuala Lumpur office, the statement said.

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