About Blix

About us

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BLIX Consultancy was founded in Utrecht, the Netherlands, in 2009 by Albert van der Hem (Left) and Maarten Timmerman (right), who already had decades of experience in the onshore and offshore wind industry. In the 12 years that passed, BLIX has established a strong portfolio containing close to 300 projects, has opened offices in Taiwan and South-Korea and has helped with the realisation of over 20GW of offshore green energy.

Our specialised and independent team consists of 20 in house experts in the field of offshore and onshore wind and solar projects. Contract managers, civil and electrical engineers, stakeholder managers and strategy and financial experts: our team has the knowledge to do the initial research, bring projects to financial close or assist during the construction phase.

From left to right: founder Albert van der Hem, managing director Roeland Steenhuis and founder Maarten Timmerman


We are extremely proud to say that we are 100% climate neutral. To realise this, BLIX has moved its headquarters in 2017 to the UCo-building: an almost 100% climate neutral building in the heart of Utrecht, and implemented internal sustainability policies, such as promoting public transport and by working almost completely digital. CO2 emissions from our travels (both domestic and international) are being compensated with the help of social enterprise FairClimateFund. In 2020, BLIX compensated 200% of all its CO2 emissions.


Quality has always been important at BLIX. Not only do we want to deliver the highest quality for our clients and partners, we also care about the implementation of quality in our everyday work. We are therefore proud to have been ISO 9001 certified since 2017.

If you are interested in our quality policy, click here.

Branch organisations

In order for us to stay up to date on the latest trends and developments, we are a member of the following knowledge sharing organisations:

  • NWEA: the Dutch Wind Energy Association

    NWEA promotes the development of wind energy with a view to a sustainable Dutch energy supply. For and with its members, NWEA is working on the strong wind sector and the new policy that it requires.

  • GWEC: the Global Wind Energy Council

    GWEC is the international trade association for the wind power industry. The members of GWEC represent over 1,500 companies, organisations and institutions in more than 80 countries, including manufacturers, developers, component suppliers, research institutes and electricity providers.

  • The Asia Wind Energy Association

    Established in December 2016, the Asia Wind Energy Association is the leading industry association for the wind energy sector in Asia-Pacific.

    The Asia Wind Energy Association acts as the regional platform for all wind power industry stakeholders to collectively promote the best interests of the wind power sector.

  • WFO: World Forum Offshore Wind

    World Forum Offshore Wind (WFO) is the world’s only organisation 100% focused on promoting offshore wind energy on a global scale. WFO’s unique global profile facilitates access to governmental and international forums in order to open new offshore wind markets and to advocate for global offshore wind growth.