Six companies unite under the Dornier Group as a global infrastructure service provider. Below you will find information on all the companies in the Dornier Group.
Infrastructure worldwide is on the verge of a profound transformation. Urbanization will increase the proportion of the population living in cities to two-thirds by 2050. The resulting increase in mobility poses major challenges for new and existing transportation systems. In addition, construction projects in cities are getting larger and more complex and require comprehensive project management. At the same time, 2 billion people have no access to drinking water. Dornier Consulting International GmbH has dedicated itself to addressing all of these issues related to effective infrastructure and provides its clients with excellent project management services.
Operating power plants is a very demanding task in times of scarce in-house resources on the part of the plant owners. Also, procuring suitable spare parts for existing generating plants requires a strong network and excellent planning. All this is offered by Encotec Energy (India) Pvt. Ltd. based in Noida, India. Encotec designs and supplies photovoltaic systems and provides operation and maintenance (O&M) services for power plants and energy facilities. In addition, as a trader, Encotec also supplies its customers with power plant spare parts from China.
As generation costs continue to decrease, solar technology is making its way into other sectors, such as transportation, industrial and municipal heating and cooling, and water supply. In the future, the market will call for customized overall solutions which integrate solar technology with other technologies, such as power-to-X. Dornier Suntrace designs integrated technical and financial solutions, plans solar parks geared to the specific requirements and successfully implements projects worldwide through professional project management.
Dismantling nuclear facilities, as well as dealing with radioactive waste and residual materials and treating them prior to clearance and final disposal, poses great challenges for operators of nuclear facilities. VPC Nukleare Dienstleistungen GmbH has therefore dedicated itself to supporting the administrative and technical implementation of decommissioning and dismantling of nuclear facilities.
The energy transition is currently making life difficult for most operators of conventional energy generation facilities. Combining future-proof solutions and a high level of expertise in the field of co-generation of heat and power in a highly volatile electricity market, VPC develops clever system concepts with heat accumulators, power-to-heat systems and flexible combined heat and power units (CHP). VPC embraces the changes brought about by the energy transition and, as an energy expert, works hand in hand with its customers to shape the future.