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Wind turbines located off the coast are particularly efficient and achieve high energy outputs. But this business also involves considerable challenges – both when installing the turbines and when maintaining them. A great deal of time, effort and money are required to set up an offshore wind farm and XERVON Wind makes sure that the turbines perform their tasks in the best possible way and enjoy a long service life.
Wind farms situated just off the coast are key drivers of climate-friendly electricity production. Equipped with rotor diameters of up to 150 metres1, they can make the very most of the ideal coastal conditions over long periods of time.
Generating electricity at sea involves some extreme conditions with the wind turbines being exposed to salty air, a harsh climate and high waves. All of which mean that regular maintenance and reliable repair work are even more important for offshore wind farms than is the case for turbines located on land. Moreover, special procedures need to be deployed to maintain and service sea-based wind turbines – both in the area of logistics and when it comes to choosing the right technology and materials. Offering a package of services that has been adapted to meet the exact requirements of offshore wind farms, XERVON Wind is able to take these challenges in its stride and deliver a reliable service.
Our close links to Rhenus Logistics, one of REMONDIS’ sister companies, create additional benefits as it serves wind farms located in the German Bight from its branches in Bremen, Cuxhaven and Emden4
4 Source: REMONDIS aktuell 02/2015