Nordex Group receives orders for 122 MW from Denker & Wulf AG in Germany

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Hamburg – At the end of 2023, Denker & Wulf placed orders with the Nordex Group to supply and install 20 wind turbines for three projects in northern Germany. The orders also include Premium Service contracts for the maintenance of the turbines over a period of 15 years.

In Schleswig-Holstein, the 67.5 MW “Gönnebek I+II” wind farm is being built in the Segeberg district with a total of twelve turbines, eleven N149/5.X turbines and one N133/4.8. The Group will also supply one N149/5.X and one N163/6.X for the 12.7 MW “Schönermark” wind farm in the Uckermark district in Brandenburg. Denker & Wulf has further ordered six N163/6.X turbines for the 42 MW Oederquart-Wischhafen wind farm near Stade in Lower Saxony. Installations are scheduled to begin at the end of 2024.

“Nordex gives us the confidence to realize our project needs, which has enabled the strong deal flow for more than 30 turbines in 2023. As a result, we can seamlessly build on last year’s commissioning record and enter another promising wind year 2024 with momentum” says Torsten Levsen, CEO of Denker & Wulf AG.

The turbines will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including Nordex’ “BNK-Ready” solution for needs-based night-time marking and an ice detection system. In order to meet all requirements in terms of sound and shadow casting, as well as to take into account the extensive species protection, the turbines can be operated with different power modes and are equipped with shadow flicker and bat modules.

Karsten Brüggemann, Vice President Region Central & Managing Director Germany of the Nordex Group, says: “We are delighted that our high-performance wind turbines will replace older, smaller turbines as part of two repowering projects. This is important for the energy transition in Germany. We would like to thank Denker & Wulf, who have been with us for many years and who have once again placed their trust in us. With these new orders, we will further strengthen our position as one of the most important suppliers of wind turbines in the region.”

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