Data and independent analysis to help you choose the most cost-effective O&M maintenance and service strategies to maximize ROI on your onshore wind power assets

Boost wind power production | Reduce O&M costs | Minimize turbine downtime

Once a wind farm is operational, adopting a cost-effective operations and maintenance strategy is the main path for operators to maximize ROI on wind energy. The report will deliver concrete data and insight into several related areas of operations and maintenance for wind farms.

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Overhaul your operations and maintenance strategies to secure asset profitability in a low-subsidy environment

The way O&M is managed is evolving as we edge closer to a low-subsidy market. Operators no longer need to think about O&M exclusively in terms of maximizing ROI through maintenance cost reduction strategies but should be considering it as a potential revenue generation stream through the adoption of novel technologies and contractual arrangements. This is informing decisions around what maintenance should be done and by whom whilst shaking-up the O&M services offering landscape.

New Energy Update’s Wind O&M Report 2018 provides you with the data and analysis you need to navigate this shifting marketplace and formulate the most cost-effective O&M strategies for your wind power assets.

  • Identify the optimum maintenance strategy for gearboxes, generators and blades
    Use NEU’s proprietary scorecards to select the optimum maintenance strategy for your assets and make an informed cost-performance decision
  • Benchmark your wind assets’ reliability against your peers
    Access two exclusive real-time data sets from report partner WEBS on failure rates and repair times for key components across turbine technologies and classes
  • Benchmark your investment strategy
    Consult our global 2018 Onshore O&M Survey to determine where your clients and competitors are going to be focussing their attention over the next five-years within the O&M marketplace

Key Questions Answered In This Report Include:

  • What are the failure rates of key components on different turbine types and capacities?
  • When is it more cost effective to carry out O&M in-house rather than working with OEMs or ISPs?
  • How are other companies reducing their O&M costs whilst delivering better wind farm performance?
  • Under which circumstances is it cost-effective to invest in condition monitoring systems, rather than carry out scheduled O&M?
  • What is the O&M market size?
  • What are the end of warranty options for operators, when should they consider repowering or retrofitting?

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Key Reasons to Buy the Onshore Wind Operations and Maintenance 2018 report:

  • O&M investment considerations:
    Select the most effective asset maintenance approach through our proprietary O&M scorecards which model parameters including asset age and location, organizational size and structure, service provision costs and risk, contract lengths, contract T&C’s and insurance implications.
  • Save time and money:
    We provide the data and analysis you need to optimise your wind O&M strategy so you can focus resources where it counts.
  • Predict, plan and prevent:
    Avoid unplanned downtime that could wipe-out your ROI on wind power assets by identifying failure rates and repair times for key components for different turbine technologies and capacities through exclusive real-time proprietary data provided by report partner WEBS.
  • Stay ahead of your competitors:
    Apply O&M learnings from case studies covering the latest strategies and innovations.
  • Benchmark your investment strategy:
    Access the results of our global 2018 Onshore O&M survey to determine where your clients and competitors are going to be focussing their attention over the next five years (550+ industry executives surveyed).
    • Access exclusive failure rate and repair time analysis for key components including:
      • Yaw System
      • Turbine Transmission System
      • Structure and Machinery Enclosure System
      • Control and Protection System
      • External Lighting Protection System
      • Central Hydraulics System
      • Blade Adjustment System
      • Generator System
      • Rotor System
      • Drive Train System
      • Turbine
    • Covering several turbine types and capacities:
      • DFIM
      • Direct Drive
      • Variable Resistance
      • Danish Concept
      • Under 1MW
      • Over 1MW

Some of the companies who acquired a previous edition of the Wind O&M Report:

engieschneider-electricEDPChevronBrookfieldMunich-ReEONergEnBWfortumNordex-Acciona

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The Report Will Enable You To:

  • Maximize energy yield
  • Identify the failure types that have the biggest impact on your bottom line
  • Quantify the costs and benefits of adopting predictive O&M compared to scheduled and reactive approaches
  • Identify components most at risk of failure and estimate repair times
  • Benchmark against global leaders in Operations and Maintenance
  • Find out whether it is more cost-effective to leave O&M to a turbine manufacturer, outsource it to an independent service provider or bringing O&M in-house
  • Identify the O&M strategy most suitable to each market
  • Weigh up the costs and benefits of CMS

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If you have any questions about the report please contact:

Aleksandra Sledzinska
Aleksandra Sledzinska
Client Relationship Manager
New Energy Update
+44 (0) 207 422 4332
asledzinska@newenergyupdate.com
Jon Harman
Jon Harman
Head of Sector & Portfolio Director
New Energy Update
UK Landline: +44 (0) 207 375 7577
US Freephone: 1800 814 3459
jon@newenergyupdate.com