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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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Eventful weeks are behind the installation team of the Nordsee Ost offshore wind farm. The last rotor blade of the 24th wind turbine was successfully installed some 30 kilometres north of the island of Heligoland on the weekend. This completes the installation of half of all 48 turbines some three months after the first installation.more
Today, RWE Innogy and FriEl Green Power, Bozen, have successfully concluded the transfer of RWE Innogy’s 80% stake in the Sicilian biomass power plant Enna (incl. the respective biomass harvesting and forest management activities) to FriEl.more
North Rhine-Westphalian Environment Minister, Johannes Remmel, and Dr. Hans Bünting, CEO of RWE Innogy, today officially inaugurated the fish protection pilot plant at the hydropower station of Unkelmühle. The power plant on the Sieg river has been converted into a pilot plant for fish protection as from 2011 to allow upstream and downstream fish migration at this point of the Sieg river. An ecological and technical monitoring programme, scheduled to run up to 5 years, will now investigate the effectiveness of the implemented measures and any possible further improvements. Moreover, the programme seeks to ascertain in how far plants of this kind are compatible with the cost-efficient generation of renewable energy from small-scale hydropower plants.more