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Multiversum offers many years of project and consulting expertise in the wind energy segment and related industries.
In particular, we present our solutions for the following topics at WindEnergy:
Electricity grid operators are responsible for the stability of the electricity grid. In order to ensure this, power generation plants must be temporarily deactivated by grid operators. Since October 2021, this is happening as a part of the so-called Redispatch 2.0 process. Plant operators can claim compensation for any losses incurred.
In the event of a technical disruption of the grid connection of offshore wind farms, operators quickly face high losses as no electricity can be fed into the grid. Starting from a total duration of more than 10 days per year, affected plant operators are entitled to claim compensation. The associated calculations are complex and governed by various specifications.
As a societal mega-trend, sustainability influences all areas of action of every company. In addition to legal requirements, the expectations of customers, employees, and investors must be met. The strategic integration of the topic into corporate strategy helps to implement goals and measures that have been set.
Floating Lidar technology has become the de-facto standard for conducting measurement campaigns in the offshore industry in recent years. Compared to fixed weather masts, it offers offshore wind farm developers a cost-effective way to record all important environmental parameters.
Companies increasingly have to react quickly to unforeseen changes in the market. In this context, agile management approaches that constantly adapt to market conditions and offer employees and managers alike the room to act as required in the current market situation can help.
Two-thirds of German companies consider artificial intelligence (AI) to be the most important technology of the future. Nevertheless, there is a lack of application fields in the corporate environment. And yet there are opportunities to increase efficiency, especially in manual and repetitive activities in established processes.
Digital transformation in companies often deals with key topics without highlighting specific options for action. Yet there are processes that are characterized by manual activities, repetitive efforts, and systemic breaks. Here, digitization offers a potential to increase efficiency and controllability.
The vision and mission of companies is becoming more and more relevant in society. For consistent implementation, employees are an indispensable success factor. Through the OKR method (Objectives and Key Results), clear goals can be developed in teamwork. This generates more focus and thus correspondingly more growth.
The executive management in companies are increasingly recognizing the opportunities offered by transformation in the organization. Agile methods, transparent communication and silo-independent thinking can be used to strategically plan and implement change processes for the company that simplify changes instead of making them more complicated.