Romax Technology secures agreement with Mytrah Energy Ltd

Romax Technology Ltd, has secured an agreement to provide condition monitoring services for India’s largest independent power producer Mytrah Energy Ltd, including end of warranty inspection services for 32 x 2MW wind turbines, from sites in Rajasthan & Gujarat, India. 

Romax is widely regarded as a market leader in wind turbine drive train design and wind turbine generator (WTG) technical operation & maintenance services. Its condition monitoring software tools and predictive maintenance services provide wind farm owners and operators with diagnostic and prognostic intelligence to facilitate predictive maintenance regimes.

Spread across six states, with over 380 wind turbines in India, Mytrah Energy was entering the final stages of a two-year WTG warranty agreement with its existing manufacturer and approached Romax to provide a full WTG inspection service. The initial pilot project will cover eight wind turbines, before then running end of warranty inspections across the remaining 24 turbines.

In addition to end of warranty inspection services, Romax will also provide Mytrah Energy with training and support, equipping its engineers with the necessary skills needed to ensure WTG performance and efficiency improvements across its turbine fleet.

Mr. Vikram Kailas, Managing Director from Mytrah Energy commented:

“The Indian wind market is growing at an exceptional rate and as a result we are continually looking for new opportunities to improve the performances of our wind turbine fleets.

“With a longstanding reputation for wind turbine maintenance expertise, Romax has the potential to help us predict reliability problems and intervene before they happen. We are very happy with the professional attitude of the Romax team and look forward to the results of this trial.”

Mr. Samuel Rajkumar, General Manager from Romax commented: “Our work with Mytrah Energy is designed to provide their engineers with the skillset to diagnose problems across their turbines going forward. When you consider the size and scope of their fleet, obtaining this information will ultimately provide them with greater efficiency across their portfolio.”