Germany's coming wind farm Reinhardswald will be unique in more ways than one. Firstly, it will have a combined effect of 112 MW, an unusually large rating for a wind installation in the country, where space limitations often afford far smaller projects. Secondly, the facility will consist of wind turbines from Vestas' new Enventus platform.
The German developer has signed a contract with the manufacturer for the supply of 20 units of the model V150-5.6 MW, with tip heights of 241 meters, the German developer informs in a statement.
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