Lasser Eolica News

The wind industry faces critical challenges in Europe and Spain, despite its ambitious targets of reaching 420 GW of wind energy by 2030 in Europe and 62 GW in Spain, according to the draft National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan (PNIEC). The sector is in a complex situation, with obvious problems that contradict these goals. In order to improve this complex situation, the European Commission’s European Wind Energy Package focuses on certain aspects.

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Lasser Eólica, the expert in wind resource measurement towers achieves ISO 45001 certification for its Occupational Health and Safety Management System and ISO 14001 certification for its Environmental Management System.

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Visit our Lasser Eólica stand at the Wind Europe Fair, which will be held at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre in the city of Bilbao from 5 to 7 April 2022, presenting the latest news from Spanish and international companies related to the drinks, wind energy, food and renewable energy sectors.

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Although the world economy has vastly suffered from the effects of the pandemic, slowing down general activity and investment, it is also true that the clean energy industry seems to be one of the few that will maintain positive values, being one of the main pillars for the development of new job opportunities and greater investment developments by large companies and states. In a conversation with Lasser Eólica´s Sales Manager , Carlos Vicente Clavería told us about his impressions by mid-2021.

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Lasser Eólica will begin during the month of January 2021 the first works of supply and installation of Carl-C self-supporting towers for the wind farms of Alfanar Energía España. Read more

EDF Renouvelables (EDF-EN Maroc) and Lasser Eólica have closed the supply and commissioning agreement for three Carl-C self-supporting towers of 83.5 meters and two Ferroval braced towers of 83.5 meters for measurement Site Calibration and Power Curve. Read more


Lasser Eólica, a partner company of Carl-C, closed the 2019 and 2020 financial years as the first company in the sector worldwide in the 2019 financial year and the first in 2020 (except Denmark) by volume of purchase units. During both years, a total of 36 tower units between 78 and 118 meters have been acquired by Lasser Eólica. Read more


Lasser Eólica has been the company awarded by Barlovento Recursos Naturales for the installation of two new wind resource measurement towers in the community of Castilla y León. Read more


Lasser Eólica continues with the commissioning of its NRG-ZX300 lidar units. Lidar remote system measurements represent the vanguard, both for the resource phases, for power curve certifications, and for eliminating uncertainties in any type of terrain. Read more


Lasser Eólica establishes its subsidiary Lasser Wind Africa in Morocco, within its international expansion plan and opens a delegation in the African market through its subsidiary based in Casablanca. Read more