Bilfinger Tebodin joins the Wind Energy society


Bilfinger Tebodin joined the Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society (PTMEW). It is a non-governmental organization, which gathers entities interested in supporting the offshore wind energy sector in Poland. 

Bilfinger Tebodin became a member of PTMEW, having extensive experience in both design and construction management in the field of onshore wind farms. Cooperation with foreign offices and partners let us develop knowledge and expertise for offshore wind farms as well as related infrastructure.

From 2006, PTMEW has been focused on promoiting and developing the offshore wind energy in Poland by taking part in international projects, organizing conferences, cooperating with the government administration and supporting legal solutions that facilitate implementation of such projects.

Caring for the environment

Bilfinger Tebodin adapts to market trends to meet new customer challenges. The company takes part in many renewable projects. Among others, there is a strong focus on the energy market – alternative energy, hydrogen, CO2 reduction. For those projects Bilfinger Tebodin is involved in the whole investment process as technical consultant and advisor to support investor’s decisions (concept, basic and detail design, investor supervision and volumes on land and at sea).

Wind turbines or solar panels don’t have to all look the same. It is an art, where smart solutions require creative approach to bring efficiency. Bilfinger Tebodin perfectly combines the two key points to perform its best for energy projects – consultancy approach, thinking creatively and smartly selecting a project location; and engineering preciseness and state-of-the-art technologies.

One of our clients GDF SUEZ Zielona Energia Sp. z.o.o. comments: 'The high level of services provided as an engineer, excellent professional preparation and the involvement of employees, allowed us to perform our duties on the project very well'

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