TÜV SÜD America Awarded Comprehensive Service Contract

Peabody, Massachusetts. TÜV SÜD America Inc. is pleased to announce that Apex Wind Energy, Inc. (Apex) has awarded TÜV SÜD America Inc. a master service agreement contract to perform maintenance services on Apex's met mast fleet in the United States.

"We are very pleased with being awarded this substantial contract," said Paul Wierl, Director of Industry Service at TÜV SÜD America Inc., in which the wind energy group resides. "This project is very important to our team, and we look forward to future cooperation with Apex. We hope this will allow us to continue to expand our services with other businesses in the North American wind industry."


The scope of the master contract covers a range of field services for Apex's met mast fleet across the United States. The work will include full sensor replacement, performing maintenance on current met mast sites, restoring communication devices, updating and providing full documentation of met mast sites, reinstallation, decommissioning, and other various services. The project began in late October 2012, and will continue through 2013.

TÜV SÜD America's wind energy group offers a variety of services including competitively priced met mast equipment, installation, maintenance, decommissioning, documentation, and data collection monitoring and services. Wind assessment services also include due diligence, data analysis, modeling, and wind farm modeling.

Apex Wind Energy, Inc. is an independent energy company formed to develop, build, own, and operate renewable energy facilities. The company has a diversified portfolio of over 5,000 MW of projects in development throughout North America. Later this year, Apex will complete construction of the largest wind farm in Oklahoma.

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