RES plans to boost wind farm yield by up to 5% with hardware and software enhancements

RES has claimed that its new product wind farm management system, AeroUp, can energy yields from wind farms by by up to 5%. AeroUp combines hardware and software enhancements to significantly increase the energy yield and RES said “it benefits asset owners and managers with out-of-warranty turbines looking to maximise the value and lifespan of their ageing assets”.

Eduardo Medina, RES CEO said: Being able to harness digital and technology solutions can unlock the potential of customers assets to improve production, reduce operational costs and lower downtime – all of which will accelerate us on the journey to create a future where everyone has access to affordable zero carbon energy.”

Arun Narayanan has joined RES as chief digital officer and he said: “…I am thrilled to be joining the innovative leader in this space. Digital transformation has the potential to improve the effectiveness and reach of renewable energy”

RES recently announced plans to acquire Ingeteam Service division, which it says would make RES the largest renewable energy support services provider in the world with £30 billion of assets under management. In 2022, RES acquired Anemo Analytics to complement its in-house technical team and data-driven software solutions.