A wind farm for power generation, testing and training

Tjæreborg Enge Wind Farm technical description

The first of eight new turbines at Tjæreborg Enge Wind Farm was commissioned in 1996 and the last one as recently as in 2008. Tjæreborg Enge Wind Farm consists of eight wind turbines varying from 1,000 to 2,750 kW. Together they have an installed capacity of 17 MW. The hub height of the various turbines ranges from 50 to 60 m, with blade spans of 54 to 80 m.

Ryå Wind Farm characteristics

The 5 Wincon turbines have an installed capacity of 7.5 MW. 

Rejsby Hede Wind Farm characteristics

Rejsby Hede Wind Farm is owned by Vattenfall and consists of 39 turbines from Bonus Energy, each with a capacity of 600 kW. The turbines were erected in 1995 near Tønder in southern Jutland. It has an installed capacity of 23.4 MW and was the largest wind farm in Denmark at the time. Today it is Vattenfall’s third largest wind farm in Denmark, after the wind farms of Horns Rev and Nørrekær Enge. 

One of the largest onshore wind farms in Denmark

Nørrekær Enge Wind Farm characteristics

The 13 Siemens 2.3 MW wind turbines at Nørrekær Enge Wind Farm have a total capacity of 29.9 MW

Span of 48 metres

Twenty-four Neg Micon turbines owned by Vattenfall stand on the site of the former lake in the north of Denmark. The blades of the turbines, have a span of 48 metres.

Technical description

Nordjylland Wind Farm consists of 4 turbines, which have a total capacity of 8 MW. 

A symbol for Vattenfall

The wind turbines of Nordjylland Wind Farm flank the large CHP plant on both the east and west sides. They thus symbolise that Vattenfall is a diversified energy company with many other energy sources besides the coal used in the CHP plant. 

35 turbines replaced

Klim Fjordeholme characteristics

Klim Fjordeholme Wind Farm was commissioned in 1996. Vattenfall dismantled the existing 35 wind turbines on Klim Fjordholme in the early summer of 2014 and replaced them with 22 new, larger, much more efficient wind turbines, one of which is owned by Klim Vindenergi.

The 35 dismantled wind turbines were sold for recycling in Italy and Ireland, among other countries.

With a total effect of 70 MW, Klim Wind Farm is the biggest onshore wind farm in Denmark.

Horns Rev Offshore Wind Farm technical benefits

Horns Rev Wind Farm is one step towards achieving Vattenfall’s ambitions of multiplying wind power capacity within the next 10–15 years. The wind farm is also consistent with the Danish government’s target of increasing electricity generation by offshore wind farms.

Hollandsbjerg Wind Farm characteristics

The Hollandsbjerg Wind Farm consists of 11 turbines with 1.5 MW of installed capacity each. The distance between the turbines is around 2.8 kilometres and they are almost 100 metres high. These Neg Micon turbines have been in operation since 2002.

Hagesholm Wind Farm development

Hagesholm Wind Farm is Sealand's largest onshore wind farm. The establishment of the wind farm is an important part in Vattenfall's ambition to be a leading sustainable and renewable energy company.

The 10 turbines at Hagesholm Wind Farm, each with a height of 126,5 metres, are visible landmarks for guests visiting the area.