Optimise plant availability and reliability over its lifetime
O&AM is the methodology used to achieve a client’s strategic plan by optimally and sustainably managing assets relating to their performance, risks and expenditures over their lifetime.
During the project’s development phase, you need to develop clear objectives in terms of asset performance, risk management and financial returns over a finite period. This enables you to develop and implement a strategy to achieve said objectives.
Each decision made during the development, design or construction phase can have a significant impact on the project’s operation and maintainability. Ultimately, this can influence the entire lifespan of the asset. Selecting and implementing the right O&AM strategy can help to minimise risk and maximise your return on investment.
With a strong focus on health, safety and quality, our team of experienced specialists can help you to develop your organisational objectives and provide the necessary asset management services. We also support you in preparing and implementing plans and organisational procedures to effectively monitor and control operations. Once your renewable energy asset commences commercial operation, our detailed knowledge of machine technology, electrical distribution and SCADA systems allows for an independent performance review.
Tailored services for projects of all types and sizes, onshore and offshore; from single generator projects to portfolios of multi-MW projects, with a strong focus on health, safety, sustainability and optimisation.
Early development phase OPEX budgets and modelling activities, refined through FEED, design and construction to create robust and dependable budgets that support the operations and asset strategy.
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