Otherwise called Arkona Becken Südost, the Arkona wind farm is a 385MW offshore infrastructure being created by E.ON in organization with Statoil. It will be situated 35km north-east of Rügen Island, in the Baltic Sea, Germany. Statoil acquired a half stake in the venture from E.ON and the two accomplices reported their last speculation choice on the wind farm in April 2016. Development of the wind farm started in August 2016, and the construction of its foundation is now complete.
Upon arranged fulfillment in 2019, the task will supply inexhaustible power for around 400,000 homes and counterbalance 1.2 million ton (Mt) of carbon dioxide outflows a year. It is expected to create up to 400 development occupations and 50 immediate, lasting employments upon completion, notwithstanding 100 roundabout occupations.
The wind farm will be introduced with 60 Siemens SWT-6.0-154 direct drive wind turbines appraised at around 6MW each. The turbines have a rotor measurement of 154m and highlight the world’s longest cutting edges (75m), which enable them to give around about 18,600m² cleared region. The three-bladed turbines have a speed extend in the vicinity of 5rpm and 11rpm and will lay on monopile establishments that will be introduced at profundities running in the vicinity of 23m and 37m. The turbines will be spread over a territory of roughly 40km² and will be interconnected by methods for seaward links.
Siemens was granted the agreement to supply, introduce and commission the turbines for the Arkona seaward wind farm, which spoke to the primary request for the organization’s expansive direct drive turbines for a Baltic Sea wind farm.