WKN Windpark Jasna in Polen

Project Jasna

Largest project of WKN to date

WKN Windpark Malarberget in Schweden

Project Målarberget

Second sales success in Sweden

wind farm Gross Niendorf

Project Groß Niendorf

WKN is awarded the seal „Fairer Windparkplaner“.

WKN Windpark Saint Martin l'Ars in Frankreich

Project Saint Martin l‘Ars

WKN realises wind farm ahead of schedule

WKN Windpark Laxaskogen in Schweden

Project Laxaskogen

WKN's market entry in Sweden

WKN Windpark Langstedt in Schleswig-Holstein

Project Langstedt

Concept implementation of WKN WERTEWIND

National and international successfull projects

WKN GmbH is one of the leading project developers for onshore wind energy and has realised wind farms with more than 1,900 MW in Europe, South Africa and North America. We look back on extensive experience in national as well as international projects. Learn more about some of our successful projects in Germany, Poland, Sweden and France.

Successful Projects

WKN Windpark Jasna in Polen

Jasna

With a total nominal capacity of 132 MW, the wind farm Jasna is one of the largest polish wind farms on land and the WKN's largest project so far.

WKN Windpark Malarberget in Schweden

Målarberget

The Swedish wind farm Målarberget with a total nominal capacity of 113 MW consists of 27 wind turbines and is located northwest of Stockholm.

WKN Windpark Gross Niendorf in Schleswig-Holstein

Groß Niendorf

For the project Groß Niendorf in the north of Germany, consisting of two modern wind turbines, the WKN received the seal "Fairer Windparkplaner SH".

WKN Windpark Saint Martin l'Ars in Frankreich

Saint Martin l‘Ars

The wind farm Saint Martin l'Ars was built in western France with a total nominal capacity of 10.25 MW and supplies about 8,000 households.

WKN Windpark Laxaskogen in Schweden

Laxaskogen

The Swedish wind farm Laxaskogen was the first realized project of the WKN in Sweden and therefore the market entry.

WKN Windpark Langstedt in Schleswig-Holstein

Langstedt

The Langstedt wind farm, with a total capacity of 12.6 MW, is the first project to be realized entirely according to the Wertewind concept.

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