The WestWind Energy Group built its first wind farm in the community of Marklohe (northern Germany) in 1999 (Lemke Wind Park). Since then, the WestWind Energy Group has expanded both within Germany and internationally.
The WestWind Energy Group has developed and constructed over 58 wind farm projects incorporating over 200 wind turbines with an installed capacity of approximately 420 MW in Germany. The WestWind Energy Group has furthermore constructed 8 substations and carries out the technical and administrative management of over 40 wind farms, grid operating companies and substations.
The WestWind Energy Group is also active in a number of international markets, namely Turkey, Poland, Canada, and Australia. In Australia, WestWind Energy has developed:
- Mt Mercer Wind Farm – 131 MW; sold to Foresight Group in 2022, previously sold to Meridian Energy in 2009
- Moorabool Wind Farm – 312 MW; sold to Goldwind Australia in 2016
- Lal Lal Wind Farm – 228 MW; sold to Macquarie Capital in 2017
The Golden Plains Wind Farm (1333 MW) is currently in construction for the eastern stage; sold to TagEnergy in 2023. The western stage is expected to commence in Q1, 2024 owned by WestWind Energy.
Please refer to our Projects page for further project information.
The WestWind Model
The WestWind model is a method and structure of wind farm development and operation, utilising the successful experience of the WestWind Energy Group’s wind energy projects in Germany.
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