DNV KEMA wins wind power services agreement with SoWiTec

Hamburg, Germany, October 2, 2012 — DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability won a framework agreement to provide a range of project development support, technical services, third party expertise and project management assistance to SoWiTec Development GmbH & Co. KG (SoWiTec).

SoWiTec is enlisting DNV KEMA’s help for 20-50 proposed wind power projects in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Russia.

DNV KEMA‘s services will help support project financing, and include verification and reporting of wind measurements, wind and energy yield verification and technical due diligence.

The company will work with SoWiTec on various fronts and as part of the project scope will review the design basis of the wind turbines, wind turbine towers, electrical distribution system, substation, additional transmission line and utility interconnection and roads.

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