German offshore wind farm loses millions in aid

The delayed delivery of Senvion wind turbines results in a German project not meeting the subsidy's cut-off date. Incomprehensible hypocrisy, says furious developer and demands more playing time.

The sun sets on EEF support for German offshore wind farms, but an array of turbines at Trianel Borkum II won't make it in time to enjoy the view. | Photo: Trianel Borkum II

German offshore wind farm Trianel Borkum II won't have its decorations ready for Christmas.

Thus far, only 16 of the 32 Senvion 6.2 MW wind turbines are installed at the project, but poor winter weather means developers Trianel and EWE expect that 10-15 machines will still not be installed by the end of the year, Trianel informs in statement.

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