BayWa r.e. UK services business has attained ISO 45001:2018, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 9001:2015 accreditation following an independent assessment by auditors Intertek.
The certification covers all Operations and Maintenance activities for PV solar projects and wind farms in the UK as well, as the main office in Milton Keynes. News of its certification success marks yet another milestone in BayWa r.e.’s commitment to the industry and growing the UK’s renewable energy capacity.
Speaking of the achievement, Oliver Niedhöfer, Managing Director of BayWa r.e. Operation Service Limited, said:
“We’re proud to operate some of the highest standards at BayWa r.e., and the accreditation according to ISO standards is a recognition of our culture of continuous improvement and steadfast commitment to delivering the very best products and services for our customers, with absolute professionalism and a leading green environmental footprint.”
The achievement underpins BayWa r.e.’s continued success in the UK market, which during the last twelve months has seen its operated portfolio exceeding the 2 GW mark and its team being awarded O&M Provider of the Year 2019. These are important milestones on the company’s path to be the leading green technology service provider in the United Kingdom.
BayWa r.e.’s portfolio of renewable energy projects includes utility scale solar and wind projects across the country.
Stuart Beattie, Managing Director of BayWa r.e. Operation Service Limited, adds: “2019 has been marked with many successes in our journey to help the UK meet its green energy goals. The accreditation according to ISO standards is an important milestone in our ongoing growth. As we continue to expand, these accreditations demonstrate our expertise and knowledge and guarantee to deliver the high standards for our customers and employees, keeping us at the top of our game and at the forefront of the industry.”
With more than 7 GW of operated assets worldwide BayWa r.e. is contributing significantly to the global renewable energy transition, with the UK leading the way as one of its biggest markets.