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Deutsche Windtechnik and Rabbalshede Kraft sign full service contract for Enercon turbines

The Swedish unit of Deutsche Windtechnik, which is Europe's largest independent service provider for wind turbines, and the Swedish project developer for renewable energy Rabbalshede Kraft have signed a full service contract for the wind farm Dingle-Skogen. The agreement covers 14 Enercon E82 turbines and has a term of 14 years. Service will begin on 6 November 2019. 

"Deutsche Windtechnik is an independent service provider with experience in numerous different brands that has a good sense for the market price for different services. In addition to the price, quality was the most important factor for our choice of service provider, and due to Deutsche Windtechnik's openness and transparency in its operations, we can say that Deutsche Windtechnik fulfils all of our requirements for a service provider," said Lars Jacobsson Operation Manager Rabbalshede Kraft AB.

"A full service contract for the wind farm Dingle-Skogen is an important step towards further expanding our service port-folio for Enercon in Sweden. In the near future, we expect to see further contracts for this type of turbine," said Linus Sturesson, Managing Director of Deutsche Windtechnik AB. The Swedish company now provides service for approximately 150 wind turbines from the manufacturers Vestas, Siemens, Gamesa, Nordex and Enercon. Qualified service teams, well-equipped logistic centres as well as close cross-border cooperation within the Deutsche Windtechnik group are some of the most important factors that enable multiple technical and logistical challenges to be managed successfully.

For additional information, please contact:

Lars Jacobsson, Operation Manager
+46 (0) 525-197 14 |

This is Rabbalshede Kraft
Rabbalshede Kraft AB (publ) plans and establishes proprietary land-based wind farms, in collaboration with other players or for divestment whereby the Company is able to offer operating services. Rabbalshede Kraft was formed in 2005 and currently manages 197 wind turbines of which 105 turbines are own or co-owned. The electricity produced from the Company’s wind farms in operation is sold in the open electricity market, Nord Pool. Follow the Company’s progress at

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Published: 23 Oct 2019