Green Eagle Solutions, an independent SCADA solutions provider for the renewable sector, is going to participate, as an exhibitor and speaker, in Wind O&M EU 2019, the international event organized by New Energy Update, that will focus on Wind Farm operation and maintenance and that will take place next February 27th and 28th in Munich, Germany.
In this edition, Alejandro Cabrera, Green Eagle Solutions CEO and co-founder, is performing the presentation “The new tools that allow us to accelerate the response time and improve the operative efficiency of the wind farms” on February 28th at 2:00 pm. He is going to explain how CompactSCADA® Smart Energy Control Center technology provides artificial intelligence (AI) for wind farm operators, providing them with the opportunity to implement more complex operating protocols, increase availability, and design operational strategies that are critical for the implementation of successful life-time extension plans.
“Wind energy sector digitalization provides great opportunities to improve efficiency in the wind farms O&M strategies” says Alejandro Cabrera. “Using real cases, we want to show how IA tools can reduce costs and increase the productivity of wind farms. We believe that it is mandatory to move towards an intelligent operation and with a high level of automation that allows the increasing of the facilities profitability”.
Along with other leader companies specialized in the operation and maintenance of wind and solar assets, Green Eagle Solutions is exhibiting and keen to meet clients at the booth (# 22) located in the exhibition and networking area.
The participation of Green Eagle Solutions in this event is a further step towards internationalization that started one year ago. Nowadays, the company has more than 200 facilities connected to CompactSCADA® technology, located in many different countries such as Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland, Croatia, Turkey, India, and Indonesia. It means that more than 2.2 GW of total capacity is installed including different wind turbine OEM technologies such as Gamesa, Vestas, GE, Enercon, Siemens, Nordex, Made, Ecotecnia or Neg Micon.