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Germany's First Offshore Wind Farm Formally Commissioned


The German Federal Minister for Environment Norbert Rottgen has officially opened the Germany's first offshore wind park, Alpha Ventus, situated in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), in the North Sea 45 km north of the island of Borkum.

The company Dr. M?šller GmbH stresses the importance of this innovative wind park located in Germany, which has being installed with twelve wind turbines of five megawatt capacity each and which aims to produce energy annually that will meet the consumption requirement of approximately 50,000 households.

Dr. M?šller GmbH, Ahlhorn (Lower Saxony/ Germany) has been a leading supplier of parts made of Nomex, Mylar, and Thermiflex to be used in the generators and electronic devices for this pioneer project. For this reason the company is very proud for the success of this project for this environmentally generation power undertaken by a consortium of EWE, E.ON and Vattenfall Europe.





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