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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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A £30 million boost is earmarked for UK company JDR, which has been selected as a contractor to supply the offshore array cables for Galloper Wind Farm Limited (GWFL). more
RWE Innogy is delighted that The Highland Council has given planning consent for the up to 9 megawatts (MW) River Pattack hydroelectric scheme located on the south side of Loch Laggan, 10 km north west of Dalwhinnie.more
A saker falcon called Rocket has just experienced some eventful days. After flying roughly 300 kilometres from the Berlebeck Eagle Station in the Teutoburg Forest, the exhausted bird landed on the substation of the Nordsee Ost offshore wind farm. There the bird was found by RWE wind farm service engineers who took him to Heligoland on board of a crew vessel. The falcon was nursed back to health at the ornithological station on the North Sea island before falconer Benjamin Aschmann took him back home.more