BBB lecture: Wind power in South America
Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Bergmann informed
On 26th November 2012 Klaus Bergmann, one of the managing directors and shareholders of BBB Umwelttechnik GmbH, will give a lecture on the market situation and development of wind energy projects in South America at a seminar-event organized and hosted by the renowned law firm “White & Case”.
The conference will take place at the Düsseldorf GAP-Forum and involves chances and threats of international renewable energy project developments. The examined issues cover technical, financing and regulative aspects of projects in Central and Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, South Africa and South America. Next to Bergmann, further speakers of internationally active companies of the wind industry like Vestas, Green Giraffe, Siemens, White & Case and others are involved.
For BBB Latin America is an important target market, next to Europe and its neighbouring states. The German wind energy specialists already had numerous opportunities to provide specialized planning services in different countries of the continent. In Afonso Pacheco BBB has found a wind energy expert as co-operation for their activities in Brasil and above.
BBB is an technical consulting firm in the wind energy business. Since 1996 BBB is internationally active on behalf of its customers in the development of wind energy projects.
BBB's engineers offer planning and engineering services all along the wind energy process-chain: from wind measurements and feasibility studies until construction supervision and the commissioning of the wind farm. Furthermore BBB has a considerable track record of technical due diligence - project assessments, in the onshore sector as well as in the offshore sector.
BBB Umwelttechnik is accredited for the elaboration of bankable wind and yield assessment reports and the execution of high-quality wind measurements (ISO/IEC17025:2005).
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