RWE starts new wind farm construction in Lower Saxony


Germany RWE has begun work on the Evendorf wind farm in Lower Saxony’s Harburg district, approximately 50 kilometres south of Hamburg.

Three Nordex turbines with a total installed capacity of 11.7 megawatts (MW) and a hub height of 134 meters are being built. When fully operational in late summer, the turbines will generate enough green electricity to power 7,500 homes.

RWE in Germany

RWE is making good progress in expanding its portfolio of wind farms in Germany. The company recently received approval for two onshore wind projects in Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia.

RWE is expanding its team to develop the regional onshore wind and solar business in Germany, and seven new offices will open soon. Around 200 new employees will be hired to drive project development with zeal. By 2030, RWE intends to invest up to €15 billion in the expansion of offshore and onshore wind, solar, storage, flexible backup capacity, and hydrogen in its home market.

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