Osnabrück, 03.11.2015. seebaWIND Service GmbH will provide full maintenance for the Esperstedt-Obhausen wind farm in Saxony-Anhalt. The farm boasts 16 Fuhrländer FL2500 wind turbines with a total capacity of 40 megawatts. By winning this contract the vendor-independent service provider now has 90 per cent of this turbine type in Germany under contract.
The full maintenance contract begins on 1 January 2016, with a term of ten years and an extension option. In addition to 24/7 remote monitoring and comprehensive service, maintenance and repair work, including the main components, the package also includes the possibility to have site-specific optimisation measures. In this area, seebaWIND works closely together with the developers of the turbine type. “We are pleased that we can now intensify our cooperation with Rostock-based W2E Wind to Energy GmbH “, says seebaWIND managing director Holger Hämel.
seebaWIND impresses with its know-how and pricing
The operator of the wind farm is Obhausen-based JWP Jade Windpark GmbH & Co. VI. Betriebs KG, which chose seebaWIND following a Europe-wide call for tenders. “In seebaWIND Service GmbH we have found a company that has the necessary know-how for the maintenance and repair of this sophisticated type of wind turbine”, says delighted wind farm managing director Oliver Nickel, adding: “As well as the pricing, we were also won over by the convincing deployment of personnel and the maintenance concept.”
About seebaWIND Service GmbH
seebaWIND Service GmbH is based in Osnabrück and has two additional service centres. It is a vendor-independent wind turbine service enterprise, specialising in Nordex, Fuhrländer and Senvion (formerly REpower) wind turbines. Its scope of services includes technical management with 24/7 remote monitoring, service, maintenance and repair.
seebaWIND was taken over by Deutsche Windtechnik in June 2015. The Bremen-based company is the leading full provider of independent technical maintenance for wind turbines. Deutsche Windtechnik concentrates on plant engineering for wind turbines from Vestas/NEG Micon and Siemens/An Bonus. The company works both onshore and offshore.
The deal with seebaWIND Service GmbH expands Deutsche Windtechnik AG’s plant expertise and provides it with an even better start position for further growth in the international onshore and offshore service market. This merger has increased the number of Deutsche Windtechnik’s employees to 700.