European Energy taps Enercon for 41-MW repowering project in Germany
Enercon turbine. Author: Henning Leweke.
Danish renewables company European Energy A/S said on Tuesday that it is set to repower its old wind farm in Germany to raise its capacity to 41 MW.
The firm said it had purchased ten new wind turbines from Germany’s Enercon GmbH for the project. The order included seven E-138 EP3 E2 units, two turbines of the E-115 EP3 E3 model and one E-103 EP2 machine. Under the agreement, Enercon will supply and maintain the turbines.
The wind farm site in located in Burgenlandkreis, in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt.
The old wind farm is a 20.6-MW facility operating since 1999. Its repowering will include the dismantlement of 16 turbines.
European Energy expects to commission the new wind farm in 2023, it added.
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