In the world of renewable energy, keeping solar facilities running smoothly is crucial for achieving peak performance. Germany is a leader in clean energy, and it is home to a thriving industry of Operations & Maintenance (O&M) companies committed to unlocking the full potential of solar installations. In this article, we’ll introduce you to three of these companies, examining their project portfolio, global reach, renewable capacity, and more.
1) BELECTRIC Solar & Battery GmbH – O&M in Kolitzheim
Operations & Maintenance (O&M) company headquartered in Kolitzheim, Bavaria. It has made significant contributions to the global renewable energy sector since its founding in 2001. The company has installed over 490 solar systems worldwide, generating a total capacity of over 4.6 GW. Operating on an international scale, BELECTRIC has a substantial presence in various countries. The O&M service offered by the company delivers a comprehensive solution for operators of solar and battery storage systems. With more than 20 years of experience in the field of operations and maintenance, BELECTRIC manages a total plant capacity exceeding 2.1 GWp on a global scale.
2) BayWa r.e. AG – O&M based in Munich
BayWa r.e. AG, headquartered in Munich, is a significant player in the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) sector for renewable energy. The company has an impressive project portfolio comprising solar and wind installations. With 4.700 employees, the company boasts a substantial global presence, extending its operations across 31 countries. Their renewable capacity management significantly contributes to the growth of clean energy production.
3) Encavis AG – O&M based in Hamburg
Encavis AG, based in Hamburg, Germany, is a prominent Operations & Maintenance (O&M) company in the renewable energy sector. It has a substantial project portfolio with an installed capacity of over 3.4GW comprising solar and wind facilities. With over 300 employees, the company has a strong global presence with over 300 wind and solar parks spanning all over Europe.
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