The Offshore wind farms Meerwind Süd und Meerwind Ost, located near the island of Heligoland in the German North Sea, are feeding in a total power of up to 288 Megawatt into the public grid since September 2014 and are therefore contributing to the production of sustainable ecological energy.

80 Offshore Wind Energy Generators of the 3.6 MW-class type are producing sufficient environmentally friendly energy for approximately 360,000 households by saving up to 1 million tons of CO2 emissions annually in comparison to
coal-fired power plants.

Construction on Meerwind Süd | Ost began in 2012 and was completed on schedule in April 2014 after only 18 months.