Service on every aspect of wind turbines

Deutsche Windtechnik is a specialist in the technical maintenance of wind turbines. Over 850 staff ensure that the wind turbines operate reliably around the clock, both onshore and offshore, throughout Europe. Whether it is an entire wind turbine, control unit, nacelle, rotor or foundation, from large components to the tiniest electronic parts right through to the substation, you’ll find the right experts for your wind turbine and wind farm.

Deutsche Windtechnik brings together people from different fields of expertise under the one roof. We are happy to take complete responsibility in the form of full-service contracts, with the focus on Vestas, NEG Micon, Siemens, AN Bonus, Nordex, Senvion, Repower and Fuhrländer. But we are also able to use our expertise to handle single projects and components. Give us a call.

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Change in the Board of Directors at OutSmart B.V.

The Dutch company OutSmart B.V., which specialises in Power Plant Management, has made changes to its board of directors. At the beginning of November, Dennis Schiricke became the sole CEO of the company. More

Deutsche Windtechnik expands its strategic partnership with European Energy A/S at the Husum Wind trade fair

The companies already have a number of existing agreements, and representatives of both companies signed an additional full maintenance contract for the Briesensee and Gaurettersheim wind farms on Wednesday at the Husum Wind trade fair. The agreement will run for ten years. More

Deutsche Windtechnik and Vattenfall are strengthening their offshore service partnership – new contracts for OWF DanTysk and OWF Sandbank

Deutsche Windtechnik and the energy supplier Vattenfall are expanding their cooperation in offshore maintenance: On the one hand, Vattenfall has extended the duration of its cooperation agreement in the area of maintenance for all steel structures at the offshore wind farm (OWF) DanTysk and on the other, the service provider is now also responsible for these important maintenance tasks at Vattenfall\'s second major offshore wind farm project, the OWF Sandbank, which went into operation in July 2017. More


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Maintenance on the way to the future

Maintenance on the way to the future

It is common knowledge that sometimes people are very reluctant to part with things they have grown fond of. But that isn't a bad thing. However, the bottom line is that remaining open to change in as many areas as possible is a tried and true approach, in particular regarding unusual ideas and taking advantage of new opportunities. This also applies to the current considerable potential for digital renewal with respect to maintenance of wind turbines. More

Constantly changing - Deutsche Windtechnik has a new logo

Constantly changing - Deutsche Windtechnik has a new logo

The wind industry is also subject to continual change. This is especially true of the service business: Deutsche Windtechnik has been part of an enormous change, and has advanced independent maintenance at an international level. We asked board member Matthias Brandt how the Deutsche Windtechnik brand has changed along the way. More

New advertising series with fresh perspectives

New advertising series with fresh perspectives

Right in the midst of the technology, people, and values that shape our work, we took a walk through the company with camera in hand. The result is reflected in the monthly changing motifs of our new ad series. More