DenkerWulf places an order with the Nordex Group for almost 40 MW of wind energy in Germany

At the end of June 2024, DenkerWulf, one of Germany’s leading onshore wind farm developers, ordered seven N149/5.X wind turbines from the Nordex Group. The order also includes premium service for the maintenance of the systems for 20 years.

The Delta4000 series wind turbines are destined for the 39.9 MW Waabs wind farm near Eckernförde in Schleswig-Holstein. The Nordex Group will supply the wind turbines, each with a nominal power of 5.7 megawatts, from spring 2025.

Karsten Brüggemann, Vice President Central Region of the Nordex Group: “We are very pleased that DenkerWulf has once again chosen our technology. We appreciate the confidence placed in us. Helping to shape the sustainable energy landscape for the region with this project makes us very proud as a turbine supplier and we look forward to working together again in the future.”

“The current deal flow with Nordex allows contracts to be concluded quickly and easily,” says DenkerWulf CEO Torsten Levsen. “Normally we only have to talk about site parameters. Of course, this is very beneficial for our goal of optimizing projects and processes as much as possible.”

DenkerWulf is one of the main developers of wind farms in Germany; The company’s first projects date back to 1991. With the experience of more than 900 installed wind turbines and an installed capacity of 1.8 GW, 242 employees at six locations develop viable solutions for onshore wind energy. Our range of services covers all aspects of a wind energy project, from project planning of complete wind farms to repowering of existing turbines and technical and commercial management of wind farms. In the field of commercialization of wind energy we think beyond the exchange of electricity. We are also promoting the energy transition in the photovoltaic sector with holistic concepts and tailored solutions.

The Group has installed around 51 GW of wind energy capacity in more than 40 markets throughout its corporate history and generated consolidated sales of around €6.5 billion in 2023. The company currently has more than 10,000 employees. The Group’s manufacturing network includes factories in Germany, Spain, Brazil, India, the United States and Mexico. Its product portfolio focuses on onshore turbines in the 4 to 6 MW+ classes that are designed to meet the market requirements of countries with limited available space and regions with limited grid capacity.