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Essen, 18 April 2016, RWE International SE

Installation of foundations for the Nordsee One offshore wind farm completed

During the weekend the installation team successfully installed the last foundation for the Nordsee One offshore wind farm, located approximately 40 km north of the island of Juist. All 54 monopole foundations have also been fitted with the associated transition pieces for the installation of the tower segments. This fully completes all of the 54 foundations six weeks ahead of schedule.

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Essen, 08 April 2016, RWE International SE

First turbine installed at Kattenberg wind farm in the Netherlands

The construction of the RWE Kattenberg onshore wind farm near Eindhoven in the Netherlands is running at full speed. Today the first of a total of four wind turbines was successfully installed within view of the A58 motorway. When fully commissioned in the summer, the wind farm with an installed capacity of roughly 10 megawatts will generate some 30 million kilowatt hours of green electricity a year. The facility will therefore be able to supply 8,500 Dutch households with climate-friendly energy.more

Essen, 04 April 2016, RWE International SE

RWE increases hydropower portfolio in Scotland

RWE International is increasing its hydropower portfolio in Scotland. After the commissioning of the Cia Aig run-of-river scheme the company now operates 15 hydroelectric power stations in Scotland. In February construction of the 2 megawatt Grudie hydro scheme started. RWE International maintains its plans to grow the number of small-scale hydroelectric power plants in Scotland despite the UK Government’s decision to cut support for renewable energy projects. Hydropower often has base-load capability and is an important element in the renewable energy mix. Nevertheless, it is facing increasing pressure in Germany, as well. more