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21.03.2022 Managing digital worlds today and tomorrow

Software needs to be secure, intuitive to use and accessible from anywhere on any device. In short: IT simply has to work. At least that is our basic expectation as users, driven by the almost perfect availability of the software we use every day. Updates are being brought to market in ever shorter cycles, and this means the demand for IT expertise at companies in the wind industry is also increasing more

07.03.2022 Now Leading Independent Service Provider of MHI 1000As WTG: Deutsche Windtechnik US signs Service Agreements with Eurus Energy America Corporation Wind Projects

As of January 1, 2022, Deutsche Windtechnik is now servicing three MHI sites for its new client Eurus Energy America Corporation (“Eurus Energy”) located in Texas and Oregon. The agreements cover different service and repair work for an accumulative total of 284 WTGs of MHI 1000A-technology. more

08.02.2022 Predictive Maintenance - What types of operating faults can be predicted by algorithms?

Deutsche Windtechnik has been looking for answers to this exciting question since August 2020 as part of a research project. With the support of Wirtschaftsförderung und Technologietransfer Schleswig-Holstein GmbH, WTSH for short, the software development department is working on a project called Predictive Maintenance Wind Turbine. more

19.01.2022 A partner who develops solutions independently is important for us!

EuroCape New Energy France SAS has been developing, constructing and operating wind and solar energy projects for more than 10 years now. The company has erected 260 MW to date and currently operates more than 128 MW. more

13.01.2022 Deutsche Windtechnik acquires wind farms

Our experience increasingly shows that many wind farms that no longer receive compensation under the EEG in the German market are still in good technical condition. There is good reason to believe that they could continue to generate renewable electricity for a long time. They are valuable resources, sustainable energy sources and for the most part enjoy a high level of acceptance among the people who live near their locations. more