(PRWEB UK) 9 August 2014
The 14 MW Fresnoy Folny and 6 MW Frencq will be managed by Natural Power’s team in France, supported by the company’s 24/7 operational control room, NP/ControlCentre™ operating renewable energy assets globally. The deployment of this industry leading monitoring, management and control service and the company’s advanced site analysis suite of tools and consulting services will help achieve effective operations across these two sites. Natural Power will also provide commercial back office services to Glennmont during the construction of their wind farms.
David Delaire, Director of Asset Management in France commented: “Natural Power have a very well respected track record in providing world-leading Asset Management services in the UK and their 25-strong French team are well-recognised in France across a broad spectrum of services including due diligence, construction and advanced energy production analysis
The additional growth in services in France is testament to the hard work and dedication of the team. Not only are we introducing our world class Asset Management services over in France, we have also recently employed local experts in the field of ecology to help our clients through permitting and construction both onshore and offshore.
We are delighted that our relationship with Glenmont Partners continues to develop and believe that with our experience of providing Asset Management services for over 2,600 MW in the UK, and the local team’s expertise, that we will deliver first class service to Glennmont for these two assets.”
Jordi Francesch, Head of Asset Management from Glennmont Partners added: “We have worked with Natural Power on a number of sites in the UK and have been delighted with their professionalism and application of world leading renewable energy operational asset analysis and monitoring tools. It is great that we can appoint a trusted supplier to support our European assets. We see Natural Power as a global leader in these services and look forward to them supporting us in realising our objectives in this sector.”
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From award winning consultancy and management services, through a string of technology world-firsts, Natural Power has a successful track record and the breadth of services and deep-rooted experience that provides a wealth of added value for our diverse client base.
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