Energy Consult Wind Farm Management
Your wind farm in good hands
Energy consult as secure, flexible and stable partner for your wind farm
Energy consult is one of the industry’s leading and most innovative operators of wind turbine generators today. With more than 25 years of experience, the wind farm management division is a strong partner at your side. We manage over 750 wind turbine generators and ensure yield-oriented and cost-efficient operation.
As a specialist in the technical and business management of wind farms, we offer you a complete service package covering all aspects of operating wind turbine generators. Our full service plan also includes comprehensive management of substations, inspection and planning of grid connections as well as all activities related to the ongoing operation of wind turbine generators.
Revenue optimisation through comprehensive management
We assume the overall responsibility for your wind turbine generators and support you the operator so that you have no worries. We increase the profitability of your wind farm through ongoing potential analyses. In addition to a technical analysis, we carry out an operating cost and marketing analysis, identify optimisation potential and ensure that the measures are properly implemented.
This means, you are able to increase your returns, reduce your administrative expenses and minimise your maintenance costs, whilst also ensuring the maximum availability of your wind turbine generators.
Safety through a strong partnership network
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.
There is no area along the value chain of wind energy in which Hartmut Flügel has not served as a manager before. He uses his valuable experience to transform changes on the market into efficient benefits for energy consult customers. In addition to technical aspects, his detailed knowledge also includes issues in the areas of banking, insurance, auditing, taxation, limited partnership administration, shareholders’ meetings, direct marketing, among others.
He has been involved in all technical aspects of the wind farm business in the PNE group of companies, which also includes energy consult as far back as 1998. Since 2004, he has been responsible for the operation of all wind farms managed by the PNE Group.
Technical problems occur in every industry – thanks to our commitment to the industry, we are usually informed about risks and possible incidents before they occur. That’s why energy consult is one of the market leaders among wind farm managers for me personally.
Tanja Grefe-Totz has been responsible for the commercial operations management and finance at energy consult since January 2014. She supports all processes in terms of cost analyses and financial law. Not only does she review expenditures of energy consult, she also reviews in particular all the cost details of wind turbines that are incurred with a view to cost efficiency in the interests of the customer, always in search of potential savings. To ensure medium- and long-term liquidity planning, she takes potential risks into account and, together with her controlling team, ensures that investors and operators receive the profits they anticipated.
As Managing Director of Commercial Operations my daily incentive is to recognise and exploit even the smallest optimisation potential for energy consult and our customers, always with safety and compliance in mind.
Malte Mehrtens has been technical manager and authorised signatory of energy consult since 2014. He is also a board member of the advisory committee of managing directors of BWE and a member of the FGW task force on plant responsibility. Always focusing on technical issues, he is also however, familiar with commercial requirements and influences. Technical innovations and software applications from monitoring to technical reporting are components of his overall technical management.
He began monitoring and operating wind turbines and played a fundamental role in developing this area as early as the end of the 1990s. His many years of activity in wind energy began in 1998 in service of a well-known manufacturer of wind turbines.
My aim is to collect and filter important market information relevant to the future in order to derive and implement decisive recommendations for action for our business processes. Through my active participation in the advisory committee of managing directors of BWE I continuously collect precisely this future-relevant information and thus ensure that we are always one step ahead – to the benefit of our customers.