Denmark's 400-MW Anholt offshore wind park stopped
Sep 30, 2014 - The 400-MW Anholt wind farm off the coast of Denmark has been offline since 0835 CET today due to a fault in the electricity export connection, the national transmission system operator Energinet.dk said.
The company is trying to locate the fault, according to a statement on its website. Additional details have not yet been disclosed.
The Anholt wind park celebrated its first year of operation on September 4, 2014, producing enough power to meet the needs of some 400,000 Danish homes. It is 50%-owned by Dong Energy while the other 30% and 20% interests are in the hands of pension funds PensionDanmark and Pensionkassernes Administration (PKA), respectively.
The wind park located between Djursland and Anholt island comprises 111 turbines of 3.6 MW each, made by German Siemens AG (ETR:SIE).