Anywhere, Everywhere




12000 MW - EXP. WORLD


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Company Profile

We are one of the oldest, most experienced companies providing wind-farm services. We have already undertaken projects in four continents: Europe, Asia, Oceania and America, involving almost 20 countries. In total, we have been involved in 12000 MW of projects, including wind-turbine installation, O&M and commissioning.

One of the strategic options we took from the outset was to work exclusively for wind-turbine manufacturers. We work with most brands of wind turbines. Through this strategy we have gained the confidence of manufacturers, demonstrated, in particular, by invitations to provide support in developing their prototypes.

We are a company looking for medium- to long-term relations. We share the problems of our customers as if they were our own. We always want to add value for our customers. Always!!!

We are decidedly a company that has a long-distance runner profile.
Conceptually, we can say that we want to be in the market forever.
This attitude and way of being in the business, leads us to celebrate our successes sparingly, because we feel that we just do our duty, and it also leads us to accept and correct those times when we perform less well, no matter what the cost, and to support our customers when they need it most, even charging nothing.

For our customers... any wind drives us!!!

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Our Latest News
Work starts on New York’s first offshore wind project

South Fork Wind Farm is a 132 MW project to be located 19 miles southeast of Block Island, Rhode Island. The project is approved to install 12 or fewer wind turbines and wi...

Ethanol isn’t as green as you might think, researchers say

The carbon intensity of corn ethanol supported by the U.S.'s Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is likely at least 24% higher than gasoline, according to a

‘This is punitive’: Kansas Senate committee considers poison pill wind energy bills

Senators heard three hours of testimony from anti-wind sources and just one hour from proponents of renewable energy

California PUC adopts plan to add 25.5GW of renewables by 2023

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved plans to add around 25,500 MW of renewable energy resources and 15,000 MW of energy storage and demand respo...

Duke Energy aims to double renewable energy capacity by 2030

The utility's five-year capital plan totals $63 billion, 80% of which will support investments in grid modernization and zero or lower-carbon emitting generation.

FERC receives two proposals for same California pumped storage location

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has received two applications for preliminary permits for a pumped storage project at Lake Elsinore in California.

MISO surprises with FERC Order 2222 implementation date

MISO's long implementation date for Order 2222 is another reason FERC should schedule a technical conference sooner than later.

Renewable energy advocates are angry at planned ISO NE move on MOPR

ISO New England outlined the "transition" proposal that will be submitted to FERC in the coming weeks. If allowed proceed, the MOPR would remain in effect for next year's c...

Wind project off North Carolina coast gets overwhelming support

Birders and organized labor dominated a recent public comment period, while beach towns were mostly mum. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will now consider the input a...

Auxin Solar alleges unfair trade practices from Chinese suppliers, asks Commerce to intervene

Auxin Solar named more than a dozen companies in its petition to Commerce Department officials.