BFP Service is the O&M division dedicated to the construction, operation & maintenance of renewable energy plants, offering specialised services with all the reliability of the BFP brand.
A skill set for the integrated management of all construction, maintenance and management services through an expert team of technicians.
Our O&M Team
A team of dedicated experts keeping plants up and running 24/7
A multidisciplinary and highly experienced staff (1 x manager, 2 x engineers, 1 x surveying technician, 3 x electricians, 3 x O&M technicians) manages and solves all problems associated with the construction, operation and maintenance of large-scale projects.
BFP Service currently provides O&M services for 35 MWp in PV plants and more than 30 MW in wind farms, owned by local and foreign investors.
BFP Service is the ideal partner for national and international investors seeking to optimise and economise the operation of their electrical power plants in Italy.
O&M services in detail
01 / Continuous Plant Monitoring
02 / Administrative Procedures
03 / Operations Health & Safety
04 / Plant & Asset Management
05 / Spare Parts Management
06 / Energy Billing Services
07 / Regular Grass Cutting
08 / Periodic Panel Cleaning
09 / Thermal Imaging Module Inspections
10 / I-V Curve Measurements
11 / Troubleshooting and Replacement/Servicing
12 / Defective Equipment Reconditioning/Start-up
An Operations Management Support programme that guarantees long-term productivity, profitability and most importantly, investor peace of mind.
Why do Investors need Operations Management Support?
Operations Management Support services seek to optimise renewable energy plant operations and management strategies for improved plant output and profitability.
Given the large number of renewable energy plants throughout Italy, successful O&M strategies are becoming increasingly important. It is no longer sufficient to simply ensure the project is built at the lowest possible price, an approach nowadays considered unprofitable and short-sighted, negatively impacting on the lifecycle of renewable energy plants.
Renewable energy systems are not maintenance-free and require continuous monitoring and periodic inspections.
The ongoing management of plants in operation also involves: regular liaising with public entities, guaranteed compliance with legal obligations, fulfilment of bureaucratic procedures and so on.
In a competitive renewable energy market, efficient asset management is critical in order to maximise investor returns on the energy produced by renewable systems.