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Julian Brown joins Greensolver board

Asset manager appoints RenewableUK Chairman to advise on UK business development London, 18th May 2015 - Independent wind and solar asset manager, Greensolver, has announced the appointment of Julian Brown as a Member of the Board as the firm looks to develop its...

Risk Mitigation Operation – Dielectric oil

Electrical transformers usually have their “under tension” parts immersed in a dielectric oil to insure good insulation and heat evacuation. When aging, this oil is accumulating particles such as water, dust... leading to a premature wear and a decreasing efficiency...

Greensolver negotiates 335MW French turbine deals

Recent 65MW supply agreement follows 270MW deal with Velocita in 2014 Paris, 27th April 2015 - Greensolver, the independent wind and solar asset manager, has recently launched a 65MW turbine negotiation process for the procurement of a total of 26 machines across 2...

ISO55001: the norm changing the face of asset management

As the wind industry matures, the norms, processes and actors that manage renewable energy assets need to become more professional and this is why ISO 55001 becomes so important. First created for industrials and infrastructure managers, ISO 55001 is also applicable...

Greensolver index hits 1.7GW

  Asset manager, Greensolver’s performance benchmarking tool secures new clients and sees total MW benchmarked hit 1700.     Paris, 19th March 2015 - Greensolver, the independent wind and solar farm asset manager, has announced that its unique performance benchmarking...

Greensolver launches blade inspection service

Privileged partnership with Cornis Blade Inspection camera provides cost effective wind turbine blade inspection service that eliminates increasing industry inspection inefficiencies Paris, 28th February 2015 - Greensolver, the independent wind and solar farm asset...

Five trends in onshore wind O&M

The cost of operating and maintaining onshore wind farms in Europe is significant. According to the European Wind Energy Association, O&M costs account for around 20% of the levelised cost of energy (LCOE) for onshore wind farms. As such, any measures that can be...

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