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23.01.2020 Deutsche Windtechnik acquires GFW – Together even stronger than before in international turbine service

Effective 01.01.2020, Europe's leading independent service provider Deutsche Windtechnik AG has acquired 100 percent of the shares in GFW Gesellschaft für Windenergieanlagen GmbH & Co KG. The aim is to further strengthen the companies in their international growth and to increase their capacity to provide maintenance for wind turbines. más

16.01.2020 Deutsche Windtechnik will be providing maintenance for Vestas V112 turbines at the Bokel-Ellerdorf wind farm

Starting in February 2020, Deutsche Windtechnik will be taking over maintenance at the Bokel-Ellerdorf wind farm, Part 3. The new service contract covers full maintenance for the six Vestas V112 wind turbines, including large components. más

23.10.2019 Deutsche Windtechnik and Rabbalshede Kraft sign full service contract for Enercon turbines

The Swedish unit of Deutsche Windtechnik and the Swedish project developer for renewable energy Rabbalshede Kraft have signed a full service contract for the wind farm Dingelskogen Vind AB. The agreement covers 14 Enercon E82 turbines and has a term of 14 years. Service will begin on 6 November 2019. más

15.10.2019 Deutsche Windtechnik is taking over turbine service for the new Senvion turbines at the Trianel Windpark Borkum II offshore wind farm

Deutsche Windtechnik has received another order to provide maintenance for offshore wind turbines. Following offshore wind farm alpha ventus and offshore wind farm Riffgat, the independent full-service provider is now also responsible for maintenance of the 32 Senvion 6.3M 152 turbines at Trianel Windpark Borkum II. más

08.10.2019 Deutsche Windtechnik S.L.U. firma otro gran contrato de servicios de mantenimiento para turbinas Gamesa en España

Se han agregado otros 146 aerogeneradores Gamesa a la subdivisión Española de Deutsche Windtechnik como parte de acuerdos de servicio mantenimiento conforme a las directrices del operador. Los tres parques eólicos situados en Castilla-La Mancha y comprenden un clúster con una capacidad nominal de 124 MW de turbinas Gamesa G58. más