It is critical that inspections are performed by experienced, methodical experts alert to every detail.
The implications if a wind turbine is offline for unscheduled maintenance can be approximately £10,000 in lost revenue a day, and when factoring in the additional costs of support vessels, technicians and equipment for repairs it could run into the millions.
For large-scale wind turbine assets and auxiliary equipment, unaddressed minor problems or oversights can quickly escalate into costly stoppages, lost revenue and expensive repairs.
We are on hand for both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance with fully trained technician for turbine, cable and foundation maintenance and a dedicated fuel efficient fleet of CTVs; all the elements required to complement OEM contracts in one bespoke package.
CWind Taiwan takes the headache out of preparing, planning and executing inspections with comprehensive packages tailored to each customer and project requirements.
Our independent, certified inspectors use state-of-the-art equipment and years of experience to fully document and report defects, helping to create optimised maintenance plans.
Our turbine technicians undertake 100 and 500 hour servicing, gearbox inspections, generator alignment, “wet” service, pitch cylinder inspection & change out. Our specialist technicians also perform endoscope inspections and evaluations on gearboxes and main bearings’, minimising turbine down time.
CWind Taiwan has been awarded a contract by Van Oord to charter a survey boat for the near-shore cable route survey of Ørsted’s Greater Changhua 1 & 2a Offshore Wind Farms. Starting this March, CWind Taiwan will use a Taiwanese-flagged survey boat, Ocean Surveyor 3, to support Van Oord to conduct multibeam surveys of the […]
We are delighted to announce that CWind Taiwan have signed an exclusive cooperation agreement with E&Y Electronics (毅源有限公司) to develop our cable maintenance services in the Taiwanese market. This will include low and high voltage inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) solutions, as well as subsea cable jointing and testing & terminations as part of our […]
Taipei, 14th December 2020. CWind Taiwan announced that it is sponsoring up to 100 Taiwanese students and local fishermen to participate in a GWO pilot project, aiming to raise the candidate’s awareness of offshore safety and develop their general understanding of the offshore wind industry in Taiwan.
Taipei, 15th October 2020. CWind Taiwan announced that it has been awarded a balance of plant (BOP) contract for Formosa 1 Offshore Wind Farm by Formosa 1 Wind Power Co. ltd (hereafter FOWI) in Taiwan.
Taipei, 1st September 2020. CWind Taiwan announced today that it has been awarded a contract by wpd to provide a Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) at the YunNeng wind farm during the two-year construction phase starting this June.
Taipei, 10th August 2020. CWind Taiwan, a joint venture between European firm CWind and Taiwanese IOVTEC, has announced a strategic alliance with HYTOR to bring temporary power solutions to the Taiwanese offshore wind farm market.
– The Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition (OREAC) is an initiative led by major players in the offshore wind industry, formed in response to the 2019 call for ocean-based climate action by the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy (Ocean Panel)
CWind Taiwan acquires pair of class-certified 24m CTVs from Seacat Services as market collaborates to meet regional demand for high-quality vessel support.
CWind Taiwan has announced the successful execution of a seabed survey for DEME along the gas pipelines in the Anping area.
On behalf of the CWind Taiwan team, we would like to give you an update on the measures we are taking to cope with the effects of COVID-19.
CWind Taiwan announced that it has been awarded two Crew Transfer Vessel charters for Formosa 1 wind farm by FOWI and Jan de Nul respectively.
Taipei, 8th July 2019. CWind Taiwan announced today that its invested offshore training centre, Taiwan International Windpower Training Corporation (TIWTC), has been officially accredited by Global Wind Organisation as the first qualified offshore training entity in Taiwan to deliver Basic Safety Training (BST) and Basic Technical Training (BTT).