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July 10, 2019

ERSG Appoints USA Offshore Wind

Photo: ERSG

Photo: ERSG

UK energy industry recruitment outfit ERSG has appointed Chris Stupack as head of offshore wind in the United States.

Stupack will be leading ERSG's office in Boston, which opened in November last year, where the company will be focusing on supporting the development of the offshore wind market.

Chris comes from a strong recruitment background having started in the industry 5 years ago, showing passion and natural aptitude he progressed quickly to a divisional head of energy with his previous employer.

US offshore wind power is set to achieve 86,000 MW by 2050 and create over 36,000 full-time jobs in the next 10 years according to the American Wind Energy Association.

ERSG Chief Operating Officer Lucien Sullivan said:  "Our Boston office is a significant part of ERSG's strategy to be the leading manpower provider in the US for the offshore wind sector. With Chris's excellent industry knowledge and clear passion for the market we are confident he will be an integral partner to the companies operating in offshore wind in the US."

With two established US offices, three established European offices and framework agreements with the largest wind farm owners, developers and operators in the world, ERSG are a consistent and committed provider of manpower solutions in offshore wind and are well placed to provide the skills and expertise required to help implement new practices in the USA.

"I am delighted to be heading up the Boston office, ERSG have fantastic strategic relationships in place with key businesses across the globe, and it is the perfect time to assist those, and others explore the US offshore wind market. I look forward to ensuring ERSG remains an innovative industry leader in offshore wind and continues to provide the highly skilled workforce required to grow the industry exponentially," Stupack said.