SOS has many years’ experience supporting major projects in the Renewable Energy and Power Generation sectors. We have developed a comprehensive overview of the issues affecting the industry today and are therefore in the best position to support our Clients in this ever changing industry.


SOS Renewable Energy Division (RED) has a specialist Team in place which is in regular communication with our site based staff who provide first-hand information regarding the progress of the project. This allows us to keep abreast of all these constant changes and new innovations so we remain well prepared and able to respond to our Clients quickly and efficiently, as and when required.


Our expertise spans programme development through to programme resource, covering all stages of a project from technical and blue collar labour to senior project management.


Working in partnership with our Clients, many of which are long term relationships, we tailor our support accordingly, as we do not believe in a “one size fits all“ policy due to the complexities of the business.


Latest News

  • SOS are pleased to announce that it has been awarded a further five year contract to supply one of our Major Clients with personnel for their offshore wind farm projects. Please contact Nicole Hodgson for more information about future opportunities. Nicole.hodgson@sosholdings.co.uk

  • AUGUST 2016 – SOS are delighted to have won a major new contract with SSE Renewable Energy Division for the £2.6Bn. Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm project which will be based 8.5 miles off the Scottish Coast. One of four suppliers we will supply specialist technical consultants to the construction phase of the project.
    The 588MW, 84 turbine project, situated in the Outer Moray Firth is expected to power roughly 450,000 homes in the Moray and Highland regions.

    Having worked with SSE for over ten years supplying key personnel to several high value projects, we are now extremely pleased to be able to expand our expertise to  support them  with this exciting  project.