Wind Farm Wetzlar-Blasbach Goes Live: Milestone for Sustainable Energy Generation

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Koehler Renewable Energy is delighted to announce that the new wind farm Wetzlar-Blasbach is now up and running. Planning work for the wind farm began way back in 2012. It was given final approval after 10 years, and construction work began that same year. The Wetzlar-Blasbach wind farm consists of two cutting-edge Vestas V150 turbines with a total output of 8.4 megawatts. This means the wind farm is expected to produce 23,000 MWh of electricity, roughly equivalent to the annual power consumption of 9,000 average 2-person households in Germany.

Approval Granted for More Wind Farms in Hesse

Koehler Renewable Energy is actively preparing to build two more wind farms in Germany. After almost five years of planning, the green light was given at the start of this year for a wind farm with a further five turbines north of Waldeck in North Hesse. This wind farm is scheduled to go live in 2025. It is expected to generate around 65,000 MWh of electricity per year. A wind farm consisting of two turbines in Lich in Middle Hesse has been given the go-ahead too; it is also expected to start operating in 2025 and is forecast to generate around 28,000 MWh of electricity annually.