Typically, as assets age, associated maintenance costs increase. With a significant number of offshore wind assets entering the later stages of the project lifecycle, it is evident that balance of plant degradation is a growing industry challenge.
Optimising efficiencies and maintaining the structural elements which support the wind turbine generator is crucial to ensure asset life is maximised. Without regularly scheduled maintenance, offshore wind assets can deteriorate, causing faults requiring reactive maintenance leading to downtime and loss of revenue.
CWind Taiwan provides statutory inspections, pro-active maintenance, and pre-emptive repairs to ensure optimal asset integrity and overall longevity of an offshore wind project.
Working with clients, CWind Taiwan delivers flexible, turnkey solutions, designed around specific wind farm sites, utilising an experienced fleet of in-house multi-purpose CTVs, highly skilled technicians, and project managers with a robust track record of successful project delivery.
We have experience at over 50 offshore wind farms across the UK and Europe, providing service support for 13GW of power since 2009, with an extensive track record of O&M delivery, including a long-term maintenance contract at Westermost Rough. Supported by Global Marine Group shared services, equipment and assets, CWind Taiwan is well versed to deliver large scopes of maintenance projects, including marine logistics, foundation inspection and preventative maintenance.
Additionally, we cooperate with ROVCO, the leading provider of ROV and hydrographic surveys using 3D and AI, to provide optimised state of the art live 3D vision technology to acquire accurate and high quality data. Utilising trend analysis, we can identify likely faults on subsea structures, as well as within the internal environment of the monopile.
CWind Taiwan has been awarded a contract by Van Oord to charter a survey boat for the near-shore cable route […]
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 […]
Taipei, 14th December 2020. CWind Taiwan announced that it is sponsoring up to 100 Taiwanese students and local fishermen to […]
Taipei, 15th October 2020. CWind Taiwan announced that it has been awarded a balance of plant (BOP) contract for Formosa […]
Taipei, 1st September 2020. CWind Taiwan announced today that it has been awarded a contract by wpd to provide a […]
Taipei, 10th August 2020. CWind Taiwan, a joint venture between European firm CWind and Taiwanese IOVTEC, has announced a strategic […]
– The Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition (OREAC) is an initiative led by major players in the offshore wind industry, […]
CWind Taiwan acquires pair of class-certified 24m CTVs from Seacat Services as market collaborates to meet regional demand for high-quality […]
CWind Taiwan has announced the successful execution of a seabed survey for DEME along the gas pipelines in the Anping […]
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 […]
Taipei, 8th July 2019. CWind Taiwan announced today that its invested offshore training centre, Taiwan International Windpower Training Corporation (TIWTC), […]