The wind industry is evolving. As rotor blade and tower sizes increase, and manufacturer warranties expire, wind turbine operators have to review their O&M strategies. Availon will help you boost turbine productivity, ensuring you get the most from your important investment.
Wind turbines are sophisticated and complex pieces of machinery. Experienced with megawatt-class turbines, Availon North America’s engineers and technicians are working tirelessly on developing optimization solutions and custom engineering upgrades that minimize or eliminate the most common wind turbine problems and enhance customers’ profit.
All too often, wind turbines owners and operators settle for a simple solution of swapping new parts for old. More benefits can be derived from upgrades that help prevent recurring damages and avoid costly repairs. We offer a comprehensive package of upgrades based on the newest technologies developed by Availon and reliable third parties.
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Availon gets certified for Spanish & Italian wind-farm servicing
Availon, a global service provider for all turbine brands, has received full HSEQ certification for its wind-farm servicing operations in Italy and Spain — according to international quality, environmental, and work safety standards. “HSEQ Certifications are of rising economic importance for ISPs,” explained Co-Managing Director and CFO Markus Spitzer. “We service wind turbines in Spain… [Read More]
Vestas to acquire Germany-based independent service provider Availon
Vestas has agreed to acquire Availon, a leading European independent service provider headquartered in Rheine, Germany. With about 400 employees and a total capacity of more than 2.6 GW under service, Availon’s core market is in Germany, with notable service activities in Austria, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Poland, and the United States. The transaction is subject… [Read More]
Availon achieves 98%+ availability on U.S. wind sites under its care
Availon, a multi-brand independent service provider for wind turbines, has successfully kept the U.S. wind farms it has under O&M contracts at historical levels of availability. The most challenging wind site, which remains undisclosed at this time, is now continuously running at above 98.4% availability. Other less challenging wind farms enjoy availability levels between 99.4 %… [Read More]