RiverCap Ventures is an experienced partner for wind farm decommissioning projects. We work closely with the major turbine manufacturers, EPC companies, Utility Providers, and Wind Farm Operators on the demolition and disposition of utility scale wind farms across the United States.
Our company leverages our syndicate of material handling and logistics contractors to perform a safe and effective removal of all wind turbine components.
RiverCap Ventures is a trusted partner for wind farm repowering projects. From foundation to blades, our team will address all the complexities. Increase your energy operational efficiency by allowing our highly skilled and experienced project managers to coordinate and mobilize the skilled resources and assets needed for your repowering initiatives.
Specializing in both partial and full repowering projects, RiverCap Ventures is a turn-key service provider for the material handling and disposition of metal and fiberglass components. We listen and collaborate to manage and complete the scope of work that best fits for your operational model to support a successful repowering program.
Complex problems require complex solutions. RiverCap Ventures is experienced in providing our customers with engineered solutions for each and every project.
Whether it is blade, generator, or gearbox failure, our syndicate of logistics and material handling providers can mobilize on a moment’s notice to repair and restore your turbine. Minimize the downtime and lost revenue caused by emergency failures by contacting our team.
The rise of the Wind Energy Industry has brought about the creation of millions of tons of fiberglass material that, in the past, have ended up in our landfills. To mitigate this problem, RiverCap has fine-tuned their process by creating a recycling method geared towards handling the large volume nature of the material.
We are working with our partners and experts across multiple industries to reduce the costs associated with fiberglass recycling.
RiverCap Ventures is also working with Universities to study and explore a variety of emerging recycling methods, as well as creating products that may be manufactured with recycled fiberglass material.