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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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RWE Innogy’s operating result is expected to more than double in 2015. The company has therefore sustainably strengthened its position within the Group and on the market as a whole. RWE is today not only one of the world’s five largest operators of offshore wind farms, but, with an installed capacity of 2,000 megawatts, also one of the largest operators of onshore wind farms in Europe. It now intends to broaden this base by entering new markets and becoming involved in large-scale photovoltaic projects as well as through possible acquisitions. This growth is to be facilitated by the planned flotation of a new subsidiary.more
The first steel foundation, or monopile, for the 332MW Nordsee One offshore wind project was successfully installed ahead of schedule on December 15, 2015. The wind farm, located in German territorial waters in the North Sea, will consist of 54 Senvion turbines and is owned by Northland Power Inc. (85%) and RWE Innogy GmbH (15%).more
In the dynamic offshore wind industry, new methods of constructing wind farms at sea are playing a major role in reducing costs and shortening building times. That is why a group of developers and operators of offshore wind farms – RWE Innogy, Bilfinger Offshore, DONG Energy, EnBW, E.ON and Vattenfall joined forces last year and launched a pilot project to test the pile behaviour as a consequence of an alternative installation method for offshore foundations. The project was part of the Carbon Trust Offshore Wind Accelerator, a world-leading research and development programme for reducing the costs of offshore wind energy.more