RWE expands, builds two new French onshore wind farms

The German power company starts construction of two new onshore wind farms in France while also beginning to expand a third facility in the country.

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RWE has broken ground on two new onshore wind farms, Coupru and Allerey, with the extension of existing farm Epine Marie Madeleine also underway. Combined, these three installations will add 50MW to the German utility's portfolio.

The existing wind farm in Northern France will get another 23MW comprised of seven Nordex turbines.

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