Engineering
Services

Eco2's Engineering team can help you manage your asset throughout its lifetime to maximise reliability, availability and return on investment.

Eco2 are leaders in renewable energy, from conception, through development and construction to commercial operation and ongoing management services.

Whether for wind, solar, biomass or anaerobic digestion, we can support you through a range of bespoke engineering services. Our expert engineering teams are always on hand to support you and your asset, so we can keep your asset working at top performance.

  • Recruiting, managing and training experienced, competent and efficient Operations and Maintenance teams
  • Computer maintenance management systems
  • Breakdowns and preventative planned maintenance
  • Stores management
  • Expert Witness in PI claims and arbitration
  • Warranty claims and investigation
  • Site works co-ordination

Our Engineering Services

Eco2 can provide a range of specialist engineering services for renewable energy assets. From acting as an Owner’s Engineer, to providing Operations and Maintenance services, or managing annual outages at your plant, Eco2’s engineering services can help make your asset perform better.

  • Technical Due Diligence

    When buying an operational asset or development project, you want to know that the asset you’re buying is built to the required standards, is fit for purpose, and performs as expected.

    Eco2’s Technical Due Diligence team can offer technical expertise and due diligence on a wide range of renewable technologies, including wind power, energy from waste (biomass and municipal waste), solar and anaerobic digestion.

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  • Operations and Maintenance

    Eco2 can provide bespoke Operations and Maintenance services tailored to your needs through an experienced, proven asset management team. We can support engineering, capital projects, or breakdown and outage management or planning.

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  • Owner's Engineer

    During the engineering, procurement and construction phase of your renewable asset or CapEx project it is critical that your contractors are delivering their responsibilities to the required standards.

    To ensure your development is in safe hands, Eco2 can provide a comprehensive Owner’s Engineer package to clients to provide technical oversight of your project and ensure that contractors activities are upholding their responsibilities and adhering to contract requirements.

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  • Outage Management

    Planned outages for maintenance and inspection of the asset are among the most complicated and
    high-stake periods for an operational Biomass or EfW plant.

    Eco2’s Engineering team can manage the intense and critical process of outage management,
    planning and execution, keeping your plant running at top performance without interruption.

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  • Expert Witness

    Eco2 are committed to upholding high standards and trust throughout the renewable energy sector. Eco2’s expertise and experience in developing and managing renewable energy assets means we can offer professional support during arbitration, loss adjustment or settlement, as an Expert Witness.

    Key Contact

    Mark Bull

    Head of Technical Services

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    Mark is a time served chartered engineer and chartered environmentalist with 30 years’ experience in a variety of industry sectors, including working as an expert witness during arbitration cases. Mark is experienced in energy from waste, biomass and coal fired power generation and has also worked in wind power, renewable energy, manufacturing, steelmaking, construction and asset and maintenance management.

    “Our partnership with Eco2 has resulted in the development of some very successful renewable energy projects across several technologies. We look forward to our continued working relationship.”

    Andrew Lee of Good Energies Investments

    “The Community Benefit Fund gives support to a range of community projects. Many of these would find it hard to come by alternative grants at a difficult time for public finances.”

    Cllr Glynog Davies, Chairman, Mynydd y Betws Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund