Senvion SE will deliver 54 turbines for the Nordsee One offshore wind project, located in Germany's North Sea.
According to Senvion, the 332 MW Nordsee One offshore wind farm will be powered by 54 Senvion 6.15 MW wind turbines with a 126-meter rotor.
Nordsee One, which will be jointly owned by RWE Innogy and Northland Power, is fully financed. Following a December 2014 agreement, Senvion is responsible for delivery, installation and commissioning of the turbines.
Senvion says the blades for the project will be produced in Bremerhaven, Germany. The nacelle alone is as big as two single-family houses and will be assembled offshore at a hub height between 97 and 100 meters. Each rotor blade is more than 60 meters long and weighs about 23 tons.
The project – which will not be visible from the coast – will be completed in fall 2017.