The Aspiravi Group develops, invests, realizes and operates wind projects in Belgium, the North Sea and abroad to create a sustainable future for the next generations. Aspiravi owns and operates a diverse and growing portfolio of wind farms. At the end of 2014 the portfolio consists of 480 MW of Enercon, Senvion, Siemens and Vestas turbines.
The first Breeze Customer Day has just come to an end and we are more than happy with the outcome. With the fast pace of innovation, we want to make sure users of Breeze are getting the most out of the service and that is what the Breeze Customer Day is for. This year's event featured an introduction and training on the main features of Breeze, from power curves to scheduled downtime to sharing data via API and reports as well as discussions of best practices, new ideas and “the big picture” as a group. We are looking forward to see you soon again! Click the article for more photos from the event.
Previously working as an intern at Breeze, Elin Tjernström is now joining the team full-time as Administrative Manager. Elin has a master in entrepreneurial business development from the Gothenburg School of Business, Echonomics & Law. We are very pleased to welcome Elin to the team.
Coming from a large Swedish wind developer, Kristoffer has seven years of experience in wind assessment, site planning, asset operations and production data. As Customer Success Manager, Kristoffer will be the go-to resource for technical implementation, support and training with Breeze.
Breeze/Greenbyte is looking for new talented people to join our team in Gothenburg, Sweden. Are you interested in working with the next-generation software for wind farm management, monitoring and analysis of data from wind turbines?
This fall we are excited to start a new master thesis project together with the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The purpose of the project is to get a understanding of where the industry is heading in terms of increasing power output from existing wind farms.
Breeze home ground Gothenburg is somewhat of a centre for wind power in Sweden. To recognize that we invited local industry colleagues to a Win(d)e event - a wonderful evening combining two of the things we love the most - wine and wind power. Click the article to see more pictures from the event.
The team behind Breeze has just released an interactive infographic showing the cumulative installed wind power capacity per country, continent and the world as a whole between 1997-2013. Building 300 GW of capacity in 17 years is an amazing accomplishment for an alternative* energy source and there is more to come! But don't take our word for it, try it out for yourself. *Alternative energy was the term energy experts used to dismiss renewable energy sources as experimental.