Renewable Energies

Continued Operation

Funding for the first wind turbines is coming to an end. Many plant operators are faced with the decision whether to take their plant out of operation after the regular subsidy period of 20 years or whether it is worth continuing operation. We analyze future operating costs and marketing opportunities.

How can we assist you?

If you like to learn more about this topic, you are welcome to give us a call or send an e-mail. We look forward to hearing from you.

Your Contact

Eckhard Kuhnhenne-Krausmann
Fon +49 (0)30 695175-0
E-Mail: eckhard.kuhnhenne@enervis.de

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