RiverCap is an experienced partner in utility-scale wind farm decommissioning and repowering projects. We work closely with turbine manufacturers, EPC companies, utility providers, and wind farm operators across the United States for the safe demolition, disposition, and replacement of end-of-life turbines. We provide operational excellence every step of the way, managing all fiberglass, metal, and fluid components in a safe, sustainable, and cost-efficient manner.
RiverCap is highly experienced in providing engineered plans for complex wind farm emergencies. Whether you have a blade, thermal event, or gearbox failure, our operations group will quickly create a plan to resolve the situation. We help you minimize downtime and lost revenue, while being your trusted confidant for sensitive project information.
RiverCap is highly experienced in providing engineered plans for complex wind farm emergencies. Whether you have a blade, generator, or gearbox failure, our on-call syndicate of reputable teams can mobilize in a moment’s notice to repair and restore your turbine. We help you minimize downtime and lost revenue, while being your trusted confidant for sensitive project information.
End-of-life wind turbine blades have been a consistent challenge for the wind industry. Their massive size and durable fiberglass material make them incredibly difficult to recycle, causing thousands to be placed in landfills over the years. RiverCap has developed a comprehensive solution for recycling blades in a sustainable, scalable, and cost-effective way — from our established network of cement co-processors to our exclusive partnership with Canvus, upcycling blades into innovative new products.
The rise of wind energy has brought about the creation of millions of tons of fiberglass material, most of which has ended up in landfills. RiverCap offers a sustainable alternative. We've developed a comprehensive solution to account for these high volumes of fiberglass material by expertly size reducing and processing turbine blades and other components into its most shippable and usable form for our network of qualified end users throughout North America.