REpower's first wind farm with an SDLWindV certificate

<b>The 15 new turbines at the wind farm Kronprinzenkoog have almost tripled its capacity. </b><br><br><i>Photo: REpower</i><br>
The 15 new turbines at the wind farm Kronprinzenkoog have almost tripled its capacity.

Photo: REpower

In the project, 29 old wind turbines were replaced by 15 new ones, which raised the wind farm's capacity from 12.3 MW to 30.75 MW. Since the beginning of June, four REpower MM92 with a hub height of 80 m and eleven REpower MM82 with a hub height of 59 m have been installed. Both of the turbine types have a nominal capacity of 2.05 MW.

For REpower AG, the wind farm is the first project to obtain a turbine certificate according to the System Service Ordinance (SDLWindV). The SDLWindV specifies that the capacity of wind turbines in Germany must be adjustable and that the turbines must operate at less than the nominal installed capacity when necessary.

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