Wind

Wind Park Perl

Capacity:
1.80 MW
Country:
Germany
State:
Saarland
Commissioning:
2018
Wind turbines:
6
Modules:
Enercon E-115

Prime example of the potential of wind energy in the southern German states

The Perl wind farm near the German-Luxembourg-French border (Merzig-Wadern district) in western Saarland has a total capacity of 18 megawatts and went into operation in June 2018 after more than six years of development. Each year, the six turbines from German manufacturer Enercon, which were specially developed for inland locations, generate around 54 million kilowatt hours of electricity- equivalent to the annual consumption of more than 17,000 three-person households. The hub height of the wind turbines is 149 meters, the rotor diameter 115 meters. With its optimal wind conditions, the Perl wind farm is a prime example of the existing potential of wind energy in the southern German states.

 


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