Specialised in control systems and retrofit solutions, Spica Technology ApS is an international engineering company dedicated 100% to the wind power industry. Since 1997, Spica Technology has been in the wind turbine business developing, producing and installing innovative software, electronics and electrical equipment in new and existing wind turbines, both onshore and offshore. Spica Technology delivers to customers around the world, and among 12 of Spica Technology’s European customers, including Energiekontor AG and wpd AG, almost 75 wind turbines are retrofitted with Spica Control System.
This year, Spica Technology celebrates the 5-year anniversary on the lifetime extension project of the 10 Wind World W5200 750 kW turbines in Nauen wind farm for wpd windmanager GmbH – all still running successfully with the Spica Retrofit Controller.
Spica Technology offers a customised N50 Retrofit solution to extend the life span of ageing Nordex N50 800kW wind turbines. The N50 Retrofit solution is the Spica Retrofit Controller with Spica Control System integrated in a special designed nacelle panel fitted for the Nordex N50 nacelle.
Offshore wind: Spica Technology is to deliver 32 remote maintenance platforms that are to be installed on the 32 V164 8.0 MW offshore wind turbines at the operating offshore wind farm Burbo Bank Extension in Liverpool Bay north of the North Wirral coast in England.
The new B2B Spica Controls Webshop by Spica Technology went online in the end of 2017 and have for the last 5-6 months eased the access online for Bachmann wind turbine parts for Spica’s customers and related service operators worldwide in the wind power industry.
New Energy Update has just released a new guide for wind turbine owners, operators and service providers to guide the decision-making for extending the lifetime of your ageing wind farm. In other terms, could retrofitting your turbines with new equipment and updated software be more profitable for you than repowering?
Spica Technology ApS seizes an untapped business opportunity in the Spanish and Portuguese wind power sector and establishes the subsidiary Spica Controls S.L.U. in Barcelona to meet the demands of retrofitting old wind turbines in Iberia.