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, 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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Hendrik Böschen is joining the management team as an authorised representative

In January 2018, there will be a personnel change in the executive management of Deutsche Windtechnik AG: Hendrik Böschen will help drive Deutsche Windtechnik\\\\\\\'s continuing internationalisation forward as a new authorised representative. More

Deutsche Windtechnik receives awards from innogy and ScottishPower for outstanding service quality

Deutsche Windtechnik has been honoured by two of its largest clients for the quality of its services. The energy supplier innogy presented us with the “innogy supplier award” in the Quality Global category. ScottishPower honoured Deutsche Windtechnik Ltd. in the Delivery of Services category as the company’s best supplier during the last year. More

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

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In focus

More transparency in the market!

More transparency in the market!

Competence is an issue that everyone is talking about. It is hard to find a company with a sustainable business model that does not claim to be 'competent'. Competence is clearly an essential prerequisite for economic success. But what specific abilities does this include? More

New competence centre

New competence centre

In the new Training Center internal education and training courses that focus on system engineering will be held here from now on, but that is not all. Special training sessions for large operators and plant managers are also on the schedule. More

Next stop: USA!

Next stop: USA!

Manufacturer-independent maintenance is gaining momentum throughout the world: After setting up its European service network, Deutsche Windtechnik is now leveraging its know-how and establishing a subsidiary in North America. Melf Lorenzen, future managing director, provides insights on location: More