Trianel puts online 33.6-MW wind park in eastern Germany
The Spreeau wind farm in Brandenburg, Germany. Image by Trianel Erneuerbare Energien GmbH & Co. KG.
German municipal utilities group Trianel Erneuerbare Energien GmbH & Co KG (TEE) has commissioned a 33.6-MW wind farm in the state of Brandenburg that was built in cooperation with renewables developer ABO Wind AG (ETR:AB9).
The eight Vestas V150‑4.2MW wind turbines that form the Spreeau wind park in the Spreenhagen municipality in eastern Germany are expected to produce about 110 million kWh of green electricity per year, corresponding to the annual supply of some 33,000 households, TEE said on Friday. The facility, built on commercially exploited woodland near the Spreeau motorway junction, is located near the Uckley wind farm, also owned by TEE, forming a wind field of 66.4 MW.
The Spreeau wind park, the biggest wind facility in TEE's portfolio, will help cut carbon emissions by 75,000 tonnes per year.
Following the commissioning, TEE's portfolio of wind and solar plants has grown to 247.4 MW.
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