Vattenfall completes German Siemens farm

Offshore wind farm Sandbank in northern Germany is now installed and will soon be ready to produce at full capacity with its 300 MW.

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The final turbine in the German offshore wind farm Sandbank with a total 288 MW has now been erected 90 kilometers west of the island Sylt. Soon, the farm's 72 turbines will be ready to start spinning, writes Vattenfall in a press release.

According to the energy company itself, the completion of the farm means that the project is actually completed ahead of schedule.

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