Iberdrola is awarded three new wind farms in Germany with a capacity of up to 200 MW

MADRID, 24 Oct.

Iberdrola is awarded three new wind farms in Germany with a capacity of up to 200 MW


Iberdrola, through its subsidiary in Germany, has been awarded three sites in the latest Forst Baden-Württemberg (ForstBW) tender to build three wind farms with a total potential capacity of between 170 and 200 megawatts (MW), thus boosting its is committed to renewable energies in the country, the energy company reported.

Specifically, a total of 25 wind turbines will be installed that will supply renewable energy to approximately 112,000 families, which will avoid the emission of 252,000 tons of C02 per year.

The CEO of Iberdrola Deutschland, Felipe Montero, indicated that projects of this type "highlight" the group's ambitions in the area of ​​renewables and specifically in the land business, and validates its integrated growth and investment strategy in the country. .

In Germany, the energy group chaired by Ignacio Sánchez Galán has grouped all its business activities under the subsidiary Iberdrola Germany. The company, based in Berlin, is the largest operator of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea.

The company's Baltic Hub complex consists of three Wikinger offshore wind farms, connected to the grid in 2017; Baltic Eagle, scheduled to launch in the second half of 2024; and Windanker, whose connection to the grid is scheduled for 2026. Together the three parks will have a total capacity of more than 1.1 gigawatts (GW). In addition, Iberdrola is also building the Boldekov photovoltaic plant in the country. With 56 MW it will come into operation in 2025.

With its 'offshore' (offshore wind) and 'onshore' (land wind) business divisions, Iberdrola Germany is dedicated to the planning, construction and operation of offshore and onshore wind farms, as well as photovoltaic projects.

The company offers its industrial and commercial clients tailored solutions for the supply of green energy, ranging from conventional electricity supply including portfolio management services, through to long-term PPA contracts linked to the company's own renewable energy plants. Iberdrola, even photovoltaic solutions for self-consumption.

In addition, it also offers integrated cross-technology solutions, such as battery storage or the production of green hydrogen for industrial use.