In the highly complex and turbulent wind energy market, investors and operators of wind farms expect security for their turbines and investments, as well as optimal profit prospects. energy consult guarantees exactly this through efficient, safety-oriented and networked action.
Your investment is ready for the future and secure
With us, your wind turbine always stays in technically perfect condition
Our company energy consult GmbH, based in Cuxhaven, and its subsidiary energy consult Prüfgesellschaft GmbH, based in Husum, Germany, combine their concentrated expertise in the economic and technical management of wind farms and substations (wind farm management) and their technical testing. We work for customers throughout Europe and provide support in all areas of the operational business of renewable power plants.
We measure our success by your goal of achieving an optimal yield. We achieve this through the very high uptimes of wind turbines, their economical, technically flawless and conclusively documented operation as well as the management of all related components for each individual wind farm. This also includes monitoring substations and transfer stations, conducting technical tests as well as testing and planning of grid connections.
With over 777 wind turbines across Europe, we currently generate around 3,500 GWh to supply more than 1 million households with wind power and benefit from more than 25 years of experience in the wind power industry as well as from our active involvement in the German Wind Energy Association (BWE) and the German Wind Energy Funding Association (FGW). Our dedication and commitment mean you can plan and act today taking into account the policies and factors of tomorrow.
Our solid corporate structure guarantees you financial security and stability and minimises your economic risk. Thanks to our strong association with the PNE Group and our many years of market experience, we actively shape change and react flexibly to unforeseeable events. We meet your highest quality requirements and security interests through the constant exchange of clearly focused management divisions.