Nordex SE / Key word(s): Disposal/Contract
10.01.2014 / 09:08
Stadtwerke München opts for more Nordex turbines
Hamburg, 10 January 2014. Stadtwerke München (SWM), Munich City Utilities, has now acquired its third Nordex wind farm. The ‘Dehlingen’ project was developed and installed on a turnkey basis by the manufacturer Nordex and following its successful grid connection has now been sold to SWM. Financing of the construction in order to deliver to SWM an operational five turbine wind farm was made possible thanks to fruitful collaboration with TTR ENERGY who manages funds dedicated to renewable energy.
The project is located in Alsace and comprises five Nordex N90/2500 turbines. Medium-strength winds prevail at this location, which the wind farm expects to convert into a high annual energy yield of 24 GWh, equating to the consumption of 9,600 households (at 2,500 kWh per annum).
‘I am very pleased with our long-standing relations with Stadtwerke München. This deal once again highlights the fact that the two companies are working hand in hand and are interested in a long-term partnership,’ says Lars Bondo Krogsgaard, a member of Nordex SE Management Board.
Dr. Florian Bieberbach, Chairman of the SWM Management Board: ‘After Filières and Chaussée de César Sud, Dehlingen is the third Nordex wind farm we have bought. As our collaboration has worked so well in the past, we want to realise further projects together in order to gradually approach SWM’s ambitious target of generating enough green electricity using its own turbines to cover the demand for the whole of Munich by 2025. Thanks to the Dehlingen wind farm we are well on the way to achieving this aim’.
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