Technical Due Dilligence
Technical due diligence is a process of evaluating the technical aspects of a wind farm project in order to assess its technical feasibility, quality, and risk. It is typically carried out in the context of a business acquisition, investment, or funding, and involves reviewing and analyzing the company's technical assets, products, systems, processes, and capabilities.
The goal of technical due diligence is to identify and assess potential technical risks or issues that could impact the value or performance of the company or product.
WindChain’ s Technical Due Diligence services will carry out by our technical experts and/ or consultants which have the necessary knowledge and experience to assess the technical aspects of the project.
RED FLAG REPORT
Technical Due Diligence roles:
The WindChain team has a proven track record in acting as technical advisor to buyers or sellers, or to lenders in both on and offshore wind farms. Our experience ranges from projects in development, construction to operational assets and mixtures of these in portfolios, both on and offshore.
Additionally, WindChain is frequently involved by banks or utilities to evaluate (new) wind turbine technologies regarding their reliability, risks and expected maintenance costs.
The performance of the wind power plant is reviewed based on a combination if information sources SCADA data, visual inspections, wind resource, maintenance logs, operational reports, interviews with maintenance personnel etc.
Historic performance is analysed to forecast future results and to identify what the opportunities are for improvement.