Our divisions in focus

Take a look through the keyhole

05.10.2021 International spare parts business for power electronics expands

Electronic spare parts are part of our everyday work at Deutsche Windtechnik. Quality, costs and availability are important factors for operating wind turbines reliably and economically. In order to become more independent from manufacturers, we have improved many electronic components that are based on different technologies in addition to developing our own. We are now offering selected Senvion, Nordex and Fuhrländer technology products to external market participants for the first time. more

23.09.2021 How much engineering is in us?

Whether it was the European Football Championships, the Tour de France or the Olympic Games – during this summer's major sporting events, you finally had the opportunity to root for your favourites again. What we often forget in the process is that these successes are hardly ever achieved by individual athletes alone. The team in the background plays a crucial role. What innovative technologies, materials, training strategies and trends are driving performance forward? Deutsche Windtechnik's engineering is similar because our engineering services make us completely independent and unique on the market. more

22.09.2021 ENGIE decides for Deutsche Windtechnik's ADLS

Deutsche Windtechnik and the ENGIE Group have a Europe-wide cooperation agreement for the maintenance of wind turbines in Germany, Belgium and Poland. Engie is one of the most important market participants in renewable energies worldwide and is the market leader in France for wind and photovoltaics. This summer, ENGIE Germany commissioned Deutsche Windtechnik to retrofit 24 wind turbines that use different turbine technologies with its internally developed ADLS system. more

03.09.2021 Offshore: Response times under three hours

Deutsche Windtechnik successfully implemented a new service concept for multibrand operations by helicopter at the alpha ventus and Riffgat offshore wind farms. One special characteristic of this new strategy is that the service team deployments encompass multiple technologies and wind farms for troubleshooting and maintenance activities. more

07.07.2021 OutSmart integrates new major orders (on/offshore)

OutSmart, a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Windtechnik, has been providing monitoring and marine coordination around the clock for a turbine portfolio of 3.7 GW since 2013. In 2021, the wind farms Zeewolde (onshore), Egmond aan Zee and Yunlin (offshore) will be added to its portfolio. more