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    Vattenfall to develop 980 MW N-7.2 offshore wind project in Germany.

    October 4, 2022 - NS Energy


      Vattenfall, a Sweden-based power firm, has received the rights to develop the 980 MW N-7.2 offshore wind farm in the German North Sea. The project, to be constructed 85 km off the Borkum island, would yield enough fossil-free power for more than 1 M German homes once operational. Vattenfall announced that it has informed the local authority of its decision to exercise its right of entry to the N-7.2 offshore wind farm, which permits it to develop and construct the unit. The facility will be connected to the local power grid in 2027 after a final investment decision made by Vattenfall. The firm runs offshore and onshore wind projects totalling around 4.2 GW and contributes power yield of 11.2 TWh/y. Recently, it disclosed the production of the initial power from the 1.5 GW Hollandse Kust Zuid offshore wind plant in the Dutch North Sea. Original Source: NS Energy,


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