The Hamburg investment company CEE and the also based in Hamburg greentech GmbH & Cie. KG deepen their cooperation through an annual special technical inspection of CEE’s photovoltaic (PV) portfolio. CEE currently operates 19 photovoltaic electricity plants in Germany with a total capacity of approximately 185 MW. greentech has specialised as a service provider in management as well as quality assurance and income maximisation of photovoltaic systems.

The Hamburg investment company CEE and the also based in Hamburg greentech GmbH & Cie. KG deepen their cooperation through an annual special technical inspection of CEE’s photovoltaic (PV) portfolio. CEE currently operates 19 photovoltaic electricity plants in Germany with a total capacity of approximately 185 MW. greentech has specialised as a service provider in management as well as quality assurance and income maximisation of photovoltaic systems. The company conducts an annual extended e-check for the CEE PV portfolio, auditing system security, income stability and quality assurance complying with VDE (Verband Deutscher Elektroindustrie) standards. Other services provided by greentech include autonomous irradiance monitoring and ongoing income controlling.

CEE is in charge of the business management of its electricity plant portfolio which currently amounts to around 294 MW – including wind power and biomass systems – through its subsidiary CEE Operations GmbH (CEEO). “The best operational management is useless if the system in question does not meet the specified performance expectations”, explains Detlef Schreiber, CEO of CEE. “For this reason we work with long-standing, trusted partners in the technical management of our systems and also rely on quality when choosing our independent auditors. greentech fulfil exactly these requirements with their proven expertise in the field of PV”.

greentech increased their current service portfolio to over 400 MWp and more than 100 projects with CEE’s latest commission. In addition to the commercial and technical management of PV farms, quality control and income maximisation of existing systems have become an important area in the service portfolio of the Hamburg company. “Many operators are surprised about the security and income risks we uncover in their PV electricity plants”, says Christian Bertsch, CEO of greentech. “By means of our independent quality control, we reduce liability risks for our clients and ensure long-term income stability. We are pleased to be able to support CEE in the further optimisation of their PV portfolio”.