Projects Under Construction

BARD Offshore 1: The project covers around 60 square kilometres and is located some 90 kilometres Northwest of the island of Borkum in the North Sea. The water depth here is around 40 metres. The first wind converters were connected to the grid in 2010. By 2013, the offshore wind power station will produce a nominal capacity of 400MW, equivalent to the power needs of more than 400,000 households.

Borkum West II: The 400MW wind farm is being built 45km offshore the Borkum island in the North Sea. The project is expected to generate 1,200GWh annually to power nearly 250,000 households.

DanTysk Offshore Wind Farm: Situated west of the island of Sylt and directly on the German-Danish border, the project will be one of the first large-scale offshore wind farms ever to be built in the German North Sea. With a total of 80 wind turbines, DanTysk will soon be able to provide up to 400,000 homes with green energy.

Global Tech I: One of the first large scale offshore wind farms being built in the German North Sea. The wind farm’s array consists of 80 wind turbines each with a capacity of 5 megawatts with a total installed capacity of 400MW. This will realistically provide electricity generated by environmentally friendly wind energy of more than 1.4 billion kilowatt hours per year.

Meerwind Süd/Ost: The offshore wind farms are a 288 MW project located in the German Bight in the North Sea 23 km north of the island of Helgoland. The wind farm will consist of 80 wind turbines with a power output of 3.6 MW each.

Nordsee Ost: The offshore wind farm is being constructed around 35 kilometres to the north-east of the island of Heligoland in the German North Sea region. With 48 multi-megawatt wind turbines, constructed in water depths of up to 25 metres, the wind farm will have a total output of around 295 megawatts.

Riffgat: The project is situated 15 kilometres off the East Frisian island of Borkum and consists of 30 wind energy turbines with an output of 108 megawatts. Riffgat is able to supply 116,000 households with renewable energy.

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