Duke Energy Renewable Services is a top-quality operations and maintenance (O&M) provider highly capable of performing all O&M service activities for wind and solar energy clients, according to DNV GL, the world's largest independent technical advisor on renewable energy.
According to Duke, DNV GL recently completed an independent assessment of its operations, which covered 10 key areas ranging from availability and production performance to company financial resources.
The DNV GL technical advisor visited wind sites and offices, conducted customer interviews, interviewed Duke Energy staff and technicians, and evaluated operations data. In each case, the company scored in the high capability range, the developer notes.
Duke Energy Renewable Services, an organization originating from Duke Energy's 2012 acquisition of Minnesota-based Outland Energy Services, has experience operating nearly 4 GW of wind assets.