Wind Energy

Wind farms capture the energy of wind flow by using turbines and converting it into electricity. There are several forms of systems used to convert wind energy and each vary. Commercial grade wind-powered generating systems can power many different organizations, while single-wind turbines are used to help supplement pre-existing energy organizations. Another form is utility-scale wind farms, which are purchased by contract or wholesale.
 

Wind energy is a clean energy source, which means that it doesn’t pollute the air like other forms of energy. Wind energy doesn’t produce carbon dioxide, or release any harmful products that can cause environmental degradation or negatively affect human health like smog, acid rain, or other heat-trapping gases. Investment in wind energy technology can also open up new avenues for jobs and job training, as the turbines on farms need to be serviced and maintained to keep running.
 

OAK seeks engagement with worthy off-takers via long-term structured Public Private Partnership(s) (PPP), consolidating a typical project finance mechanism augmented alongside our international state-backed EPC alliance partner(s) and delivered under a Build, Own and Operate (BOO) model. Financing via intelligent capital sourcing and investment that is aligned to the lifecycle of the Wind Energy Generating assets underpinning our philosophy of delivering high quality solutions that are important to the regional economies in which we operate.