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Our portfolio comprises onshore and offshore wind farms as well as biomass-fuelled plants and hydroelectric power stations. Furthermore we are advancing the development of new technologies
Off the German coast RWE Innogy is constructing the offshore wind farm Nordsee Ost. Once commissioned, the site will produce enough energy to supply about 310.000 households.
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In 2011 the Republic of Srpska had tendered a strategic partnership agreement for the joint development of four hydro power plants at the Upper Drina river. RWE Innogy participated in the tender procedure and signed this strategic partnership agreement on 26 September 2012. This agreement was subject to the fulfillment of certain conditions precedent. The deadline for the conditions precedent has lapsed on 24 April 2013.more
RWE Innogy has been granted planning permission to ‘repower’ its first ever onshore wind farm in the UK, reducing the number of turbines by around a third, while almost doubling its energy output. more
This week RWE Innogy officially puts its Polish wind farm Nowy Staw into operation. In just ten months, plant manufacturer REpower Systems SE built 19 wind turbines over an area of 15 square kilometres close to the city of Gdansk. The sixth Polish wind farm of RWE Innogy was connected to the grid on schedule with an installed capacity of 39 megawatts (MW) and will supply more than 50,000 Polish households per year with green energy.more