2022-10-03
http://w3.windfair.net/wind-energy/pr/41563-rwe-germany-offshore-wind-farm-north-sea-helgoland-siemens-gamesa-wind-turbine-rotor-blade-resin-recycable

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Next German offshore wind farm powers up

The first turbine of the Kaskasi offshore wind farm was recently commissioned 35 kilometers north of the island of Helgoland and is now feeding green electricity into the grid.

Image: RWEImage: RWE

Operator RWE announced that the Kaskasi offshore wind farm will consist of a total of 38 Siemens Gamesa SG 8.0-167 DD Flex wind turbines, each with a capacity of nearly 9 megawatts. Nine of these turbines have already been installed. When the wind farm is fully connected to the grid, it will be able to supply over 400,000 households per year with green electricity. That is comparable to a major city like Frankfurt am Main.

For the first time, new types of recyclable rotor blades developed by Siemens Gamesa are being used. A new type of resin is used, whose chemical structure enables efficient separation of the different components. This is done in a process that protects the properties of the individual materials and enables them to be reused in new applications like in the automotive industry or in consumer goods such as suitcases or flat-screen housings. RWE and Siemens Gamesa are thus paving the way for the complete recyclability of wind turbines.

Source:
RWE
Author:
Windfair Editors
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Keywords:
RWE, Germany, offshore, wind farm, North Sea, Helgoland, Siemens Gamesa, wind turbine, rotor blade, resin, recycable



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