New Energy Update releases Wind O&M report


With real world data translated into O&M asset and service strategies, the 2019 edition of the Onshore Wind Operations & Maintenance Report provides the complete value chain with the analysis needed to navigate the shifting onshore wind power marketplace and formulate the most cost-effective O&M strategies for your wind power assets.

Key reasons to secure the report:

  1. Benchmark your wind assets’ reliability against over 1.6GW of operational data: Consult proprietary reliability data collated from seven onshore markets during 2015-2018 covering failure rates and downtime at the component and RDS-PP aligned subsystem levels
  2. Predict, plan, and prevent: Avoid unplanned downtime that could wipe-out your ROI on wind power assets by identifying failure rates and repair times for key components
  3. Carve out the optimum maintenance and O&M service strategy for your assets: Determine what the best-fit maintenance response for your big-ticket components and subsystems is.
  4. Pinpoint cost-reduction and optimization strategies via our innovation deep-dives: Access the latest innovations in O&M service provisions, technologies, and operational practices to troubleshoot your O&M pain points, formulate a forward-looking response strategy, and stay ahead of your competitors
  5. Benchmark your investment strategy against the global peer group: Determine where your clients and competitors are investing O&M resources over the next five-years.
  6. Save time and money: We provide the data, analysis, and actionable strategies you need to optimize your wind O&M strategy so you can focus resources where it counts.

 What does the report cover?

  • O&M Market Sizing and Growth Forecasts by Country, Region, and Global Levels: Consult the latest market capacity and O&M data, including turbine capacity and pricing trends, global warranty status, and O&M costs.
  • Performance Optimization and Reliability at Component and Sub-System Level: Explore failure rates, downtimes and availability and understand of how data-driven systems can influence decision making.
  • Maintenance Response: Based upon key wind-farm characteristics and the use of different types of CMS, explore performance and cost dynamics and see what type of work should be done on your assets.
  • Service Response: Who should be carrying out what work on your windfarm over the project lifecycle based upon key wind farm characteristics and owner/operator profile?
  • Trends in Global Wind O&M: Including contract lengths, contract switching appetite, risk perceptions by service provider, drivers for service provision selection, and O&M cost per MWh.
  • Revenue Opportunities and Protection: Get advice on how you can set operations up for the future, including risk appetite, cyber protection, better repowering options, and service options.
  • Lifetime Extension and Repowering: Understand your asset and how you can manage to reduce LCOE and gain additional revenue from aging units or transform aging assets into new opportunities using the latest advancements.

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