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Turbine Foundation Optimizer – For the Winds of the World |After construction

Optimizing wind turbine foundations after construction

Even after the foundation is completed, onsite activity will be as high as ever. You will have heavy machinery around, the mast needs to be erected and the turbine and its blades installed.

It is reassuring to know that we are happy to stand by your side and support should any foundation-related issues arise during construction – and even after the wind park is completed and commissioned. We do everything in our power to make things right: analyze the situation, collect data, and give recommendations, statements and verifications.

When the turbines are reaching the end of their lives, we can evaluate the foundations to see if turbine lifespan can be – from the foundation point of view – extended. This way your investment will have extra operational years and keep on producing energy with no added cost.

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