Achieve optimum power, reliability and compliance

   We have a deep understanding of your needs and challenges, based on our long history in owning and operating wind farms and biomass generation plants.

   For three decades, we have supported over 6 GW of both onshore and offshore projects in simple and complex terrains, whilst our biomass experience includes owning and operating one of the world’s largest dedicated biomass plants. 

   Reduced costs and improved reliability are always high on our agenda, and we use our independence of OEM to help you find the right strategies and assets for you. Our solutions are based on your priorities, whichever market you operate in.

  • Improve reliability – optimize O&M strategies through asset health and performance monitoring 
  • Reduce expenditure – O&M strategy solutions 
  • Stay compliant – ensure your assets comply with environmental regulations

   Find out how we can help you optimize your return on investment for offshore and onshore turbines and generators from all leading manufacturers.

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Energy from Wind

   The importance of clean power supply is increasing. So too is the role of wind energy in the overall energy mix. This requires not only investments in new onshore and offshore wind farms, but also the need to maintain existing assets.
   Our expertise in this area is based on many years of experience in the OEM-independent maintenance and optimization of wind farms. Digital in-house solutions for predictive maintenance and the conceptual layout of new wind farms complete our offer. Our experts will be happy to advise you on your next project.


   Regenerative biological energy sources can be perfectly used in biomass or biogas plants to generate energy. For these types of power plants, too, we are at your side with our many years of expertise in optimized maintenance and our digital solutions. In addition, we offer individual solutions to convert conventional power plants into modern biomass power plants and thus continue to use existing infrastructure.