Deutsche Windtechnik has won a tender from energy supplier EWE Erneuerbare Energien and will supply 110 wind turbines of different systems technologies with an Aircraft Detection Light System (ADLS) transponder-based.
ADLS from Deutsche Windtechnik can be installed in different configurations, for example as a complete solution or by integrating the manufacturer’s ADLS interface.
The portfolio to be adapted includes turbines commonly used in Germany, including many models from Enercon, Senvion, Vestas, Siemens, Nordex and Fuhrländer.
Wind turbines are located on 25 wind farms across Germany and in some cases ADLS systems are installed to cover several wind farms at the same time.
Ewald Heyen of EWE Erneuerbare Energien, who chaired the tender, said: “Deutsche Windtechnik won the tender to supply our onshore portfolio with ADLS technology.
“Deutsche Windtechnik provided the best overall offer.
“Deutsche Windtechnik has been taking care of many EWE wind farms for several years, especially for wind turbines from manufacturers Fuhrländer, Nordex, Senvion and Vestas.
“This is why we already know the company so well and have been impressed by its good performance in the past.”
Jasper Salzwedel, Senior Director of Sales at Deutsche Windtechnik adds: “The tender result shows that the flexible ADLS meets the requirements of the energy providers and the requirements of the combined wind farm.
“The important advantage is that it can be configured and used independently of the system technology and can be adapted to existing systems and wind farm infrastructure.”