Wind Farms for the Future – Powered by More Energy!

Effective, professional management is the key factor for achieving long-term, efficient operation of a wind farm. To reach this end, an intelligent coordination between ongoing operational monitoring and the necessary maintenance and inspection activities is essential to ensure the reliable functioning of the facility and thus a consistently high level of output.


The employees of More Energy work as experts in the operation of onshore wind farms. Since its founding in 2004, the company has been active as an independent and objective service provider to the wind energy industry. All work processes and procedures at More Energy are based on a strict and detailed system of quality management.
With an expected investment life of 20 to 25 years for wind turbines, the typical manufacturer’s guarantee of three years clearly does not provide a sufficient basis for the service and maintenance of a wind energy facility. To meet this need, wind farm owners and operators can make use of the support of the independent experts from More Energy who offer customized services to meet individual customer requirements and are always available to provide immediate assistance. Also as time goes on, the need for service and maintenance activities to ensure the continued profitable operation of wind energy projects tends to in-crease.

24 hours a day, 365 days a year

The employees at More Energy are at work around the clock evaluating the data provided through remote monitoring tools to detect any increases in malfunctions and at the same time to analyze possible causes. Any anomalies or irregularities in the operation are recognized immediately and can be corrected promptly. At our headquarters in Kassel, Germany, employees are available 24/7 to support customers and coordinate any necessary spare part delivery or maintenance activity.
More Energy arranges full-maintenance contracts with terms of up to 15 years. Experience proves that long-term, consistently executed maintenance strategies result in a high level of energy-producing machine availability and thus to attractive output levels for the operators. The aim is to keep plant availability at well over the 97% mark to provide customers with the maximum possible returns.