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31 May 2024
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Wind Turbine Services Group Looks to Recruit as it Secures North Wales Contract

A wind turbine services group is set to recruit in North Wales to support a new long-term maintenance contract for an onshore wind farm.

Full Circle, an independent, multi-brand wind turbine services group, has announced the agreement of its full-scope maintenance contract with Equitix, a leading global infrastructure investor and developer with a significant onshore wind farm portfolio in the UK.

The contract will cover all four Enercon E-70, 2.3MW turbines at the Wern Ddu wind farm in Denbighshire. The total capacity of the site is 9.2MW. The turbines on site are 14 years old.

The full-scope contract covers all operations and maintenance, including blade repairs and major component work.

An existing Full Circle service team is already operational in the North Wales region. Full Circle says it will be actively recruiting locally close to the Wern Ddu site to ensure its dedicated site team can rapidly support its portfolio in every location as the company expands its multi-brand offering throughout the UK and globally.

Craig Jones, Sales Manager at Full Circle, said:

“Full Circle is delighted to continue its relationship with Equitix in a new capacity – testimony to the quality multi-brand monitoring and maintenance service we provide. We are very pleased that Equitix has recognised the value of our ongoing working relationship, and we look forward to ensuring the smooth operation of their wind farm at Wern Ddu in North Wales.”

Edmund Andrew, Associate Director at Equitix, said:

“Full Circle have impressed us with their holistic operations and maintenance offering. Their skilled service teams provide rapid maintenance support, thanks to their flexible approach in accessing the remote site at Wern Ddu. Full Circle’s comprehensive knowledge of multi-brand wind turbines means we are confident in their standard of care and we have every confidence in Full Circle’s services to ensure optimal operations of our wind farm at Wern Ddu.”

This latest contract adds to Full Circle’s growing portfolio of long-term service agreements in Wales, a key onshore target area where the company continues to grow its multi-brand operations and maintenance offering in the region.

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