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Dong wins three German offshore wind farms with historic zero bid

Dong Energy will install three offshore wind farms with capacity of 590 MW – two of which will completely forgo subsidies. The bid does not include connection to the electricity grid, however.

Dong Energy has won the rights to construct three offshore wind projects in the German part of the North Sea, according to a press release from the utility. The projects have combined capacity of 590 MW and will be complete in 2024.

The projects are OWP West (240 MW), Borkum Riffgrund West 2 (240 MW), and Gode Wind 3 (110 MW).

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