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Natural Power spreads wings in Latin America

March 7, 2019

Natural Power has formed a strategic partnership with Uruguay-based Navitas Solutions to deliver wind turbine blade inspection services throughout Latin America.

Pieter D’haen, International Director at Natural Power, said: “This partnership provides clients with a unique service in Latin America which combines the extensive local knowledge of Navitas personnel with our state-of-the-art equipment including our large fleet of drones, software automation, and expert analysis.

“As we continue to expand globally, seeking out respected partners that can add value through their local presence is pivotal to our strategy, and we are delighted to be working with Navitas Solutions moving forward.”

Anthony Prevett, Director Business Development at Navitas Solutions, said: “This partnership recognises the high standards held by both Natural Power and Navitas Solutions. We share the same vision in terms of innovation and quality of service, and look forward to tapping into Natural Power’s capabilities and capacity to provide a step change in our journey to becoming one of the foremost providers of blade inspection and maintenance services in Latin America.”

Natural Power takes a proactive approach to wind turbine maintenance in order to reduce downtime and ensure maximum output. Working to support clients globally, the business provides a comprehensive range of inspections services. To date, the team which consists entirely of qualified electrical, mechanical and aeronautical engineers, has inspected more than 3,300 wind turbines in 14 countries. To find out more please follow the link below

About Navitas Solutions

Navitas Solutions is a privately owned company with headquarters in Uruguay. It is focused on the inspection and maintenance of wind turbine blades and offers a variety of inspection techniques including ground-based camera systems to automated drone or rope access inspections. The company has been involved in the wind industry since 2011 and has carried out blade inspections across Latin America including Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Dominican Republic and Uruguay as well as in the United States, for a variety of customers ranging from turbine and blade suppliers to owners and operators of wind farms.

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