According to Jonas Pagh Jensen of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, which produces wind turbines and constructs wind farms, said, “Every customer is obliged to make a plan [for] what they intend to do in 20-25 years’ time when the turbine is expected to come down.”
It is in the interest of both government and energy companies to bring some certainty into their liabilities and ability to pay.
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Take a look at this new report into the issues including decommissioning and lif extension facing Europe’s wind sector, as the first wind farms reach the end of their operating life span.