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Innogy Nordsee 1

Innogy Nordsee 1-2-3
Location of Innogy Nordsee 1-2-3 in Germany
Country Germany
Location North Sea,
Coordinates

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Commission date 2015 (expected)
Construction cost €2.8 billion
Owner(s) RWE
Wind farm
Type Offshore
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Power generation
Units operational 162 X 6.15 MW
Make and model REpower 6M
Nameplate capacity 996 MW
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Innogy Nordsee 1-2-3's location in the wind farms of the German Bight

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The Innogy Nordsee 1 project was originally developed by ENOVA. In 2008, it was acquired by RWE Innogy.[1] The construction permit for Innogy Nordsee 1 was issued on 4 April 2012.[2]

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