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Germany - recent news
|21 Mar 23
||Germany: Vestas secures 50 MW order in Germany for wind project that will provide energy for green hydrogen production
Vestas has received a 50 MW order from Energiepark Bad Lauchstädt GmbH to power the Bad Lauchstädt TerraWatt project in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Energiepark Bad Lauchstädt will use the wind energy to produce green hydrogen at an industrial scale, thanks to a large electrolysis plant of up to 30 MW close to the project site.
|14 Mar 23
||Germany: Nordex Group receives order for 50 MW from e-wikom in Germany
The Nordex Group has received an order from a project company managed by e-wikom GmbH for the supply and installation of nine turbines with a total of 50.4 MW for the Ostprignitz wind farm in Brandenburg, Germany.
|06 Mar 23
||Germany: More power, more green electricity: RWE renews three wind farms
RWE has been awarded three projects in the German Federal Network Agency’s auction for onshore wind. The company will renew existing wind farms in Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia and replace them with modern turbines.
|01 Mar 23
||Germany: Vestas selected as preferred supplier for the 1.6 GW Nordseecluster wind project in Germany
Vestas has been appointed as the preferred wind turbine supplier for the up to 1.6 GW Nordseecluster wind project in Germany, a joint venture between RWE and Northland Power. The cluster consists of four offshore wind project sites in the German North Sea, North of the island of Juist.
|21 Feb 23
||Germany: The Nordex Group starts series production of turbines in the 6-MW class
Just seven months after the installation of the first two prototypes of the Nordex Group’s most powerful large turbine to date, the N163/6.X turbines in the 6-MW class are now being produced in series in the Company's German production plant.
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