What to do With your Aging Wind Portfolio?

In one of Europe’s most mature wind markets, Germany, 40% of installed capacity will be over 15 years old by 2020.

Owners, operators and service providers are looking at ways to assess the residual useful life of wind farm assets and methods to extract the maximum value from an ageing fleet.

But how is lifetime extension achieved and suitability assessed? What are the implications of extension if selected?

New Energy Update spoke with @Philipp Stukenbrock from 8.2 Consulting AG and other industry experts to throw light on the issue.

 

In order to read up on how to assess the option of lifetime extension - download your copy of the New Energy Update Guide to Lifetime Extension here

in association with the 10th Annual Wind O&M Europe Conference 2018

 

For further questions to Philipp Stukenbrock you may meet him during the 10th Annual Wind O&M Europe Conference 2018, Munich (13-14 February 2018)