Mojo Maritime France is changing its name to James Fisher Renouvelables in order to better illustrate our mission to deliver the marine renewable energy capabilities offered by James Fisher to the French market.
James Fisher Renouvelables is the French affiliate of James Fisher Renewables and we provide comprehensive and trusted offshore renewables solutions dedicated to the technical and operational aspects of construction preparation, installation, specialist operation & maintenance, for fixed and floating assets.
We specialise in integrated marine solutions that support the reduction of operational risks and costs to the offshore renewables industry, and have a successful track record delivering complex work on over 50 offshore sites across Europe, including France.
Explore the projects we have worked on with operating companies across the James Fisher group. Click the below to find out more about them.
Potential UXO identification at RTE’s Saint-Nazaire Offshore Wind Farm
James Fisher Renouvelables (formerly Mojo Maritime) was awarded a contract with Réseau de Transport d’Electricité (RTE) to identify potential unexploded ordnance (UXO) along the proposed route for the export cable at the Saint-Nazaire Offshore Wind Farm.
Identification of UXO on RTE’s grid connection for the Fécamp offshore
James Fisher Renouvelables (formerly Mojo Maritime) was selected by the French transmission grid operator Réseau de Transport d’Electricité (RTE), to identify unexploded ordnance (UXO) along the export cable routes for the Fécamp offshore wind project.
James Fisher Renewables supports cable installation at MeyGen tidal energy array
James Fisher Marine Services* and sister company Mojo Maritime** work in partnership to deliver an
integrated diving solution at the MeyGen tidal energy array.
* A James Fisher Renewables legacy brand
** Mojo Maritime is now James Fisher Renouvelables
Integrated offshore wind farm services
James Fisher Marine Services (a JF Renewables legacy brand) was part of a group-wide solution to support the installation of four structural monitoring devices on an offshore wind farm.
EDS HV Group completes scope of work at Vattenfall's Horns Rev 3 Offshore Wind Farm
Vattenfall’s Horns Rev 3, located off the coast of Denmark, contains 49 8.3MW MHI Vestas turbines, with a total capacity of 406.7MW, enough to provide renewable energy to 425,000 Danish Homes.
EDS HV Group secure five-year operations and maintenance contract at London Array offshore wind farm.
The company will deliver planned maintenance, HV safety management, routine condition assessments and first line response.