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eno energy supplies almost 30 MW for wind farm in Saxony-Anhalt

Thirteen eno 92 wind turbines with a total capacity of 28.6 MW are scheduled to be constructed by the end of 2015 near the town of Hohenmölsen.

Work is already well underway on the first construction phase with six wind turbines, with a commissioning target in 2014. In addition, a full service contract has been concluded for a period of 15 years.

“For the last three years, the eno 92 has been the most built wind turbine in our company. The production of the first six turbines was correspondingly quick and well-versed,” says Michael Böhm, eno energy’s Head of Production, Project Management and Service. “In addition, the conditions for quickly and comprehensively maintaining the wind turbines in Hohenmölsen are optimal, as our service base in Schkeuditz is situated just 40 km from the wind farm. We’re currently reinforcing our Leipzig team, since with the other new wind farms in Buchhain and Wansleben there’ll be a lot of work ahead for the service technicians.”

The Hohenmölsen wind farm lies west of the 10,000-resident town and is located in the Burgenlandkreis rural district in southern Saxony-Anhalt. Because the wind farm is located in a former mining area, special foundations are required for the wind turbines that have a hub height of 123 metres. Construction started on the project, which was jointly developed with a central German project developer, in September 2014.

Due to the local conditions, the tried-and tested eno 92 is being deployed with a 2.2 MW capacity. “Our very versatile 92 turbine also generates top yields at central German locations with relatively little wind. We’re expecting about 70,000 MWh annually for the entire wind farm,” adds Michael Böhm. “The basis for long-term high yields is provided by our premium technology, the network compatibility ensured through highly innovative full converter technology, the very high availability when compared with the market and the optimum service. In addition, we care about the environmental friendliness of our technology, for example by dispensing with rare earths in the generator construction.”

Once all the planned wind turbines are completed, around 16,000 four-person households with a respective consumption of 4,400 kWh/ year can be supplied with renewable electricity.

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