Ventolines, Netherlands-based service provider in the wind energy, has chosen the Breeze system for wind farm management and analysis. A portfolio of turbines ranging in size, age and brand will be installed in the Breeze system.
Ventolines, Netherlands-based service provider in the wind energy, has chosen the Breeze system for wind farm management and analysis. A portfolio of turbines ranging in size, age and brand will be installed in Breeze.
Ventolines offer complete services for onshore and near-shore wind projects: development, contracting, financing, construction, operation and asset management Ventolines is amongst others the project manager for the wind farm Westermeerwind. It is being built in the waters of the IJsselmeer alongside the dikes of the Noordoostpolder, the northernmost polder comprising the province of Flevoland, the Netherlands. It is the largest nearshore wind park in the Netherlands and the 48 Siemens 3MW direct drive turbines will be monitored in Breeze. The entire wind farm is expected to be completed in February 2016. It is expected to produce wind energy for 160,000 household.
“We did extensive research of wind farm management systems on the market today. We concluded that Breeze had the tools which I as asset manager require and the user-friendly interface which clients and wind investors will appreciate,” said Tonny Kroes, of Ventolines.
“Ventolines is a very thorough and knowledgeable company. We are pleased that Breeze satisfies their high requirements,” said Jonas Corné, CEO of Breeze.
Breeze, a product of Greenbyte AB of Gothenburg Sweden, is a modern powerful wind farm management system. With over 140 wind farms in 10 countries, Breeze is at the forefront of bringing state of the art, cloud-based software to the wind industry to increase energy production.