The implementation of big offshore wind farm projects with the various complex interfaces and the variety partners and suppliers involved places a high demand on project management. The available resources must be used efficiently in order to exploit the often tight schedules and construction windows, adding to the demanding offshore workplace. During the implementation phase and subsequent service of offshore wind turbines, all parties take on an exceptional responsibility for the safety of all who work at sea. Here is my philosophy: Good preparation is the road to success!
Born in 1978, married, two children. Studied regenerative energy technology at Nordhausen Technology College focusing on electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and energy management. Has worked in the wind energy industry since 2007. At first, I was responsible for the operation of wind turbines in a medium-sized business and in 2009 I moved to one of the market leaders in offshore wind turbines. While working as a project manager, I took responsibility for replacing major components in offshore wind turbines, worked as a project manager for the planning and construction of prototype wind turbines and led the installation of rotor blades at sea.
HYDAC hydraulic training in theory and practice
FUNA system training in extinguishing systems for wind turbines
HDT offshore wind farms building blocks to success