|Fact sheet May 2023|
|Average wind speed (m/s)||ca. 7.3 m/s|
|Production (GWh)||ca. 35 GWh|
|Safety and environmental incidents||0|
In May, the production was mainly affected by the planned maintenance. Nevertheless, it was also compensated by a higher average wind speed.
The focus in May was to carry out the next tasks in the annual planned maintenance during the low wind day, with for example:
- Blade repairs
- Wind turbines inspections
- Some statutory inspections
There is also the planning of the review of the civil works (roads condition) to ensure a maintenance prior next winter season.
In 2023, the remaining activities are:
- Completion of blade repairs started in 2022 as well as the one scheduled and started in 2023
- Continuing the planned annual maintenance as per the maintenance manual
- Site inspections
- HSE audit
With the dry season back, the maintenance is full speed to ensure all is completed when conditions are the most work friendly.