Independent consultancy
in renewables and
energy transition

Consulting on product
life cycle management
and LCoE

Assessment and due-diligence
services for wind and
solar PV projects

Recent updates

Patent Wars

A Boston court recently banned GE from marketing Haliade-X in the US on the grounds that it infringes a SiemensGamesa patent. This high-profile case is, by now, the latest chapter in the patent wars that have been seen in the renewable market.…

Looking for trends in the financial results of wind manufacturers

We analyse the financial results of the last 6 quarters of Vestas, SiemensGamesa, GE and Nordex, looking for a trend that will give us a glimpse of the light at the end of the tunnel.

Redecorating your fossil power plant with batteries

Moss Landing is the largest battery in the world, but it is also located inside a former gas-fired power station. And it is not the only project with these characteristics around the world



Consultancy in developing renewable projects

Customer profile:
Company with funds that wants to enter the renewable promotion business

Select the best strategy to enter the renewable project development business in Spain

Strategy for entry into the offshore wind sector

Customer profile:
medium-sized manufacturer of components in the wind energy sector

Growing the business by exploring new sectors such as offshore wind energy

Product Management

Customer profile:
Medium to large sized solar PV company

Growing the business by launching new products and entering new sectors and markets

Collection of customer feedback

Customer profile:
Wind energy company

Collecting customer perception while strengthening customer loyalty

Customers & Partners

WeMake Consultores

Adding value to the renewable energy business.

WeMake Consultores is a consulting firm specialized in renewable energy, focused on advising companies and investors in the wind, solar and energy storage sectors. We understand that renewables will only succeed in being the key piece in the energy transition if they are competitive and profitable.

More competitive products and more profitable projects will accelerate the energy transition, thus reducing the risks of climate change.