CPower Energy and Atlas Copco Rental Europe have joined forces to develop new solutions to support the world as it strives to achieve net zero targets.

The duo on Friday (23rd July) said the solution is more robust and environmentally friendly than conventional options and offers a streamlined process providing a temporary power solution to the wind farms by allowing clients to source everything required in one place.

As part of the affiliation, Atlas Copco Rental Europe and CPower have developed a purpose-built temporary power package for offshore renewables with included globally predictive maintenance and service around the clock, fuel management, vessels and service crew ensuring superior operational performances and efficiency for maximum cost savings.

The power pack will deliver a 100% backup solution. To do this, if the primary generator stops, the secondary generator will start automatically and take over the load. The primary generator can then easily be prepared for service again or changed out. 

On the development, Peter Jorgensen, CPower Managing Director, “After partnering with Atlas Copco, who have a valuable global presence, we are able to reach many more new customers with our revolutionary new solution.”

“Combining our expertise in planning and execution with their excellent capabilities in terms of R&D, equipment and visibility allows us to jointly offer this ground-breaking temporary power solution to clients as they gear up for net zero.”

“We’re delighted to work with the team at Atlas Copco and are looking forward to getting started on some really exciting projects in the future.”

Michel Jasica, Manager for the Offshore North Sea region and Regional Manager for Nordic Countries, added, “By collaborating with pioneers and trailblazers in the offshore green energy industry, Atlas Copco Rental Europe is committed to supplying specialised temporary solutions, like our power pack, that decrease operational costs, footprint, and emissions while at the same time increasing efficiency and safety.”