DUBLIN, 9th August 2016
Impax Asset Management AIFM Limited (“Impax”) has appointed EnergyPro Asset Management as operational technical and commercial managers for Impax’s Glanaruddery wind farm in Co. Kerry.
Glanaruddery wind farm will consist of 11 Vestas V112 turbines giving a total output of 36MW, and is expected to be fully operational in the second quarter of 2017. The wind farm is owned by a fund managed by Impax.
The team will provide contract management, health & safety and on-site support, together with ongoing technical and commercial analysis and reporting.
Lewis Haffey, Associate at Impax said:
“We are pleased to appoint EnergyPro Asset Management as operational technical and commercial managers for the Glanaruddery wind farm. We have had extremely positive experiences working with them in the past and fully expect their expertise will deliver real value-add once again.”
Donogh O Brien, Construction & Operations Manager at EnergyPro Asset Management:
“We are very happy to continue our relationship with Impax, and to add Glanaruddery wind farm to our portfolio of operational windfarms under management. Our proactive brand of asset management will continue to help Impax maximise the value of their investment. This new signing increases the total amount of operational windfarms which the EnergyPro Asset Management team have worked on to 366MW, and demonstrates the market’s confidence in our unique offering. Our advanced data analytics techniques identify ways to improve turbine performance, while the proactive commercial management service ensures that the windfarm functions effectively as a financial entity. Together, the analytics and commercial services will add tangible value to Glanaruddery Windfarm and help Impax further increase the value of their investment.”
EnergyPro Asset Management is a joint venture between EnergyPro Analytics and Galetech Energy Services offering full technical and commercial asset management services, including a 24/7 operational control centre. The team have been actively involved in the wind industry in Ireland since 1993, and have been actively managing operational windfarms in Ireland since 1997.
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