Nordsee-Ost offshore wind farm

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Nordsee-Ost offshore wind farm
Nordsee-Ost offshore wind farm is located in North Sea
Nordsee-Ost offshore wind farm
Location of Nordsee-Ost offshore wind farm of the coast of Germany in the North Sea
Country Germany
Location North Sea
Coordinates 54°26′24″N 7°40′48″E / 54.44000°N 7.68000°E / 54.44000; 7.68000Coordinates: 54°26′24″N 7°40′48″E / 54.44000°N 7.68000°E / 54.44000; 7.68000
Status Operational
Commission date May 2015
Owner(s) RWE
Power generation
Units operational 48 × REpower 6.15 MW
Nameplate capacity 295 MW
Website
Nordsee Ost
Nordsee Ost's location in the wind farms of the German Bight

Nordsee-Ost offshore wind farm is an offshore wind farm in operation in the eastern part of the North Sea German sector. The project was developed by RWE Innogy, a subsidiary of RWE.

The wind farm consists of 48 turbines with a total capacity of 295 MW. The 6.15 MW turbines were provided by REpower.[1] Steel foundations for generators were supplied by Aker Verdal.[2][3] Power converters were supplied by Woodward Governor Company.[4] A consortium of Siemens and Prysmian built the high-voltage direct current submarine cable from the wind farm to the German transmission system operated by Transpower, a subsidiary of TenneT.[5]

Delays in power line construction by Dutch TenneT delayed its operational start.[6]

On 11 May 2015 the wind farm was officially put into operation.[7]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Backwell, Ben (2010-02-01). "REpower to supply 295MW of turbines for RWE's Nordsee Ost". ReCharge (NHST Media Group). (subscription required). Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  2. ^ "Aker wins deal at Nordsee Ost". ReCharge (NHST Media Group). 2010-06-17. (subscription required). Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  3. ^ "Aker Verdal wins wind project in Germany" (Press release). Aker Solutions. 2010-06-17. (subscription required). Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  4. ^ "Woodward power converters chosen for Nordsee Ost". ReCharge (NHST Media Group). 2010-04-15. (subscription required). Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  5. ^ Backwell, Ben (2010-07-16). "http://www.rechargenews.com/energy/wind/article222004.ece". ReCharge (NHST Media Group). (subscription required). Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  6. ^ David Crossland (6 March 2012). "German wind energy plans in the doldrums". thenational.ae. Retrieved 24 June 2015. 
  7. ^ "G7-Energieministertreffen in Hamburg". Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie. 2015-05-11.