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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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RWE Innogy has reviewed the Atlantic Array Project and the Round 3 Bristol Channel Zone. In comparison with other opportunities in the UK offshore wind portfolio, and in light of the significant technical challenges specific to the zone, identified from intensive research, at the current time, it is not viable for RWE to continue with development in the Bristol Channel Zone. The Crown Estate has agreed to RWE Innogy’s request to terminate the agreement for the Bristol Channel Zone, allowing RWE Innogy to stop its development activities in the Zone.more
RWE Innogy confirms the successful sale of a 49% share in both Lindhurst and Middlemoor onshore wind farms to Greencoat UK Wind plc. Following these acquisitions, Greencoat UK Wind will have investments in ten wind farms in the UK with a net generating capacity of 184MW. Of the ten the number of RWE wind farms involved totals four, with minority interests in the offshore wind farm at Rhyl Flats, and the onshore wind farm at Little Cheyne Court already part of the fund. With all four wind farms involved, RWE Innogy remains the majority owner, and continues to operate and maintain them.more
The topping-out ceremony will be celebrated for two new buildings on Heligoland today. The offshore wind farms Nordsee Ost (295 MW) of RWE Innogy and Meerwind Süd | Ost (288 MW) of WindMW GmbH, which are currently being built about 30 km north of the island, are to be operated and maintained over a period of 20 years from the new service stations being set up in the southern port of the island. To this end, two service buildings which after their completion in spring 2014 will comprise storage halls, workshops as well as office and staff amenities are being erected on a site of some 6,000 square metres also comprising external storage areas.more