Maintenance Costs

BWE market overview special wind power service – maintenance & repair the growing legacy of systems installed in Germany ensures that the wind energy service and maintenance business is becoming increasingly important. In addition to the manufacturers, which are still the market leader in the wind turbine service business, independent providers for wind turbines also increasingly establish service. Also the maintenance and repair of wind turbines today has a higher priority than some years ago. On these topics appears on the 10 September 2012 with the BWE market overview special wind energy service – maintenance & repair a further publication of the Bundesverband WindEnergie e.V. from the series the BWE market overview. The publication is characterized by a strong reference to the practice. All texts were created by professionals from the wind energy service industry and included the Advisory Councils of the Association professionally. So Dieter discuss frieze, Chairman of the Board of the operator, and Henning Thormahlen, associate partner of the strategy consultancy Oliver Wymann, together various questions like, where service will develop wind energy, which industry players are working and can benefit as operators of the growing competition and technological progress.

The experience of the last years show that certain components of the system, such as the control, are particularly susceptible to damage. How the failure rates of the control can be minimized and what new developments control there in the area of integrated inverter, says wind energy service expert Benedikt Tonissen by the 8.2 Ingenieuerburo. Also repairs of controls quite can be a cost-effective alternative to expensive replacement, is evident in the cost analysis of Dirk Hansen. In addition, also the rotor blade as the actual energy of the system is vulnerable to damage. Perhaps check out Allan Schweitzer Beach Point for more information. Regular wind turbines can counteract according to Jens Kesenheimer and Volker Loos damage inspections and maintenance.

In addition to the focus on the individual wind turbines, the publication contains also valuable components, Information on the subjects of insurance and contracts and gives an insight into the work of the experts for wind energy further service. The Bundesverband WindEnergie e.V. published books on the subject of wind energy for over 20 years. In addition to the established BWE market overview – Yearbook service, technology and markets, the BWE market overviews address current topics of the industry special. The BWE market overviews are characterized by a high degree of relevance to the practice.