As part of the energy transformation, the German government intends to shift the production of energy to renewable energies. But most of the electricity derived from sun, wind and water is generated far away from consumer centers such as cities and commercial areas. This means that energy must be transported across the country, for example from offshore wind parks in the North and Baltic Sea to the southern federal states.
For this reason, it is vital that the German transmission grid is expanded. The large and very complex building projects require a multitude of participants and interfaces between the different partners, which must be organized and managed. They include grid operators, state and federal authorities, construction firms, neighborhood associations and interest groups, as well as engineering and planning offices.
TenneT also faces the challenge of having to implement numerous infrastructure projects simultaneously, which significantly increases the requirements for standardization or Lessons Learned. The high degree of complexity associated with the grid expansion requires an experienced partner so that e.g. time delays or cost increases can be avoided.
With Campana & Schott, TenneT has found a partner who uses proven and innovative methods to enhance project management processes so that the designated time and budget targets can be achieved.