Cooperation with Green Wind: Full service for wind farm operators
We’re in agreement: The Green Wind Group with its 24/7 control centre greenwind control and we as a service provider operating throughout Europe cooperate in the area of maintenance management and service. The new business segment primarily offers operators of wind farms throughout Europe a full service with focus on maintenance and repair, carried out directly by WP Group, flanked by greenwind control. In addition to regular maintenance and repair work, the full service now also includes remote data monitoring, digitally controlled deployment planning and spare parts procurement. Further areas of operation are to follow.
For WP Group Managing Director Michael Finnern, the special feature of this cooperation is the efficient combination: “This is where engineering knowledge and modern technology are combined with highly committed service and well-trained teams on site. This expands our business field by the possibility to offer full maintenance contracts with corresponding availability guarantees to the operator”.
With greenwind control, Manuel Lasse, Managing Director of Green Wind, guarantees the monitoring of plants at the highest level. “Here, a technology that is constantly evolving thanks to the competence and inventiveness of our control room personnel is used. By cooperating with an innovative service provider such as WP Group, we can fully exploit the functions of our control room and offer the wind farm operator a further step towards independence”.
The Green Wind Group
… based in Berlin is a specialist in project development, technical and commercial management onshore as well as offshore maintenance management in Germany and Denmark. Flanked by greenwind control, the independent 24/7 control centre.
phone +49 30 351 28 86 30
at greenwind control: (from left) Anton Baraev, Managing Director WP Group B.V ., Manuel Lasse, Managing Director Green Wind, Michael Finnern, Managing Director WP Offshore B.V., Martin Kühl, Managing Director Green Wind
photo: Rolf Schulten