WOLFSCHLUGEN & BAYREUTH, Germany - Monday, October 29th 2012 [ME NewsWire]
- Interim connection to BorWin2
- Windreich abandons a motion against TenneT
The installation, commissioning and acceptance of the converter stations, cable conduction and installation of the AC cable will continue to be managed under the responsibility of TenneT TSO. These regulations shall not be affected by the temporary grid connectivity.
About British Wind Energy GmbH belonging to the chain of Windreich Group:
The company is the future operator of the 210 MW wind farms in the German North Sea. Besides the CEO Willi Balz is also Tim Kittel Hake, who has contributed to a great service into the entire group of companies by managing of Global Tech I particularly through his leading goal-oriented acquisitions. Similarly, Christian Meyer has proved himself in project management at his best.
Meanwhile, Windreich AG, in cooperation with the Federal Network Agency and TenneT, is the only offshore project developer that is adhering to its schedules. From the 10 gigawatts planned by the Federal Government till 2020, Windreich solely controls 1,000 MW with its offshore projects Global Tech I, MEG 1 and Deutsche Bucht, which will be on the net by 2015. Windreich AG will total 3,353 MW to go on the grid till 2020 (i.e. around 33%).
The company is the first cross-border grid operator for electricity in Europe. With approximately 20,000 kilometers of high and extra- high voltage power lines, 36 million end users in the Netherlands and Germany, TenneT belongs to the top 5 of the network operators in Europe. The main focus is on the development of a north-west European energy market and to integrate renewable energy. TenneT has already commissioned grid connections for 5,500 megawatts of wind energy from the North Sea. Hereby, the company is investing about six billion euros, making it the largest investor in the German energy transition. Taking power further.
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