Service on every aspect of wind turbines

Deutsche Windtechnik is a specialist in the technical maintenance of wind turbines. Over 950 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, Fuhrländer, Gamesa and Enercon. But we are also able to use our expertise to handle single projects and components. Give us a call.

Learn more about Deutsche Windtechnik

News

Deutsche Windtechnik wins tender –
Seven new wind farms under contract in Västergötland, Dalsland and Bohuslän

Between June and August, Deutsche Windtechnik AB achieved a milestone: The company signed new contracts for seven wind farms in Västergötland, Dalsland and Bohuslän. On 18 August, the manufac-turer-independent service provider's Swedish unit began providing service for the 100th turbine in Scandinavia. More

Deutsche Windtechnik receives major order to provide maintenance for Enercon turbines: Full maintenance including coverage of external damage for twenty-five E-70 and E-82 turbines

The independent service provider Deutsche Windtechnik and the international infrastructure fund management company DIF are expanding their long-standing cooperation. Starting in 2019, Deutsche Windtechnik will take over the maintenance of twenty-five Enercon wind turbines at four wind farms. More

Deutsche Windtechnik welcomes polar researcher Arved Fuchs and his crew at the Butendiek offshore wind farm

On Sunday, June 3, 2018, the polar researcher and author Arved Fuchs visited the Butendiek wind farm as part of his research expedition "Ocean Change - Turn the Page", which started in Hamburg on May 30. The sailing ship and its crew were welcomed by Carl Rasmus Richardsen, Managing Director of Deutsche Windtechnik Offshore und Consulting GmbH More

Jobs

A selection of our current vacancies:

all jobs

In focus

What is my wind farm capable of?

What is my wind farm capable of?

The technical availability of wind farms is not the only indicator of performance. So how do you find out if a wind farm is performing as well as it could? More

Success can be learned – can’t it? Leveraging the potential of Training and further education

Success can be learned – can’t it? Leveraging the potential of Training and further education

A high proportion of Deutsche Windtechnik’s employees work in the technical service. For this reason, great importance is attached to training. This ensures the quality of work and motivation of the employees, plus it decisively shapes the identity. More

Integrated seabed surveys reduce costs

Integrated seabed surveys reduce costs

Regular inspections of the seabed prevent expensive damage and risks to the stability of the wind turbine or substation. At the same time, these inspections are very expensive if they are commissioned separately. Deutsche Windtechnik has responded to this and expanded its technical expertise in the field of underwater inspections. More