The great challenge of the wind-farm industry is to achieve a working life of 20 to 25 years or more for the wind turbines that it installs, in terms of operability, profitability and availability in keeping with the conditions agreed at the time of sale.
But the challenge is not only technical.
Because wind farms are not always installed in areas where skilled labour abounds, suited to the specifics and requirements of the wind-farm industry, there is another challenge: the human challenge.
- How to find, motivate, train and keep up-to-date the technical staff required for Operation and Maintenance tasks?
- How to check and supervise the work, and define self-control strategies for the technical staff?
- How to prevent technical staff falling into routine?
- How to achieve all this, when the wind farms are hundreds or thousands of miles from the command/control centre?
At ANYWIND we work in partnership with our customers, both in fulfilling routine maintenance and repair programmes, including the provision of tools, and also in the implementation of strategies designed to meet the human challenge of operation and maintenance of the wind farms.
We master not only the technical component, but we also know how to select, train, update, motivate, supervise and manage people, within the context of the specifics and requirements of the wind-farm industry.