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PNE WIND AG completes construction of the Zernitz II wind farm

(PresseBox) (Cuxhaven, ) The wind farm project developer, PNE WIND AG, has completed the construction of the "Zernitz II" wind farm in Brandenburg comprising of three Vestas V90 wind turbines with a hub height of 95 meters and a total nominal capacity of 6 MW. The wind turbines are already operating.

In addition, PNE WIND AG has begun construction on another wind farm. The "Langwedel II" project in Lower Saxony will be constructed with four Vestas V90 wind turbines with a hub height of 125 meters and a total nominal capacity of 8 MW. The wind farm is scheduled to be completed and commissioned in 2nd quarter 2013.

Both of above projects are additions to wind farms which were previously developed by PNE WIND AG and have been in operation for some time.


With its headquarters in Cuxhaven, PNE WIND AG plans and realises wind farm projects on land (onshore) and on the high seas (offshore). In doing so, its core competence lies in the development, project planning, and financing of wind farms and in their operation and sales respectively with the provision of subsequent service. To date, the company has constructed 99 wind farms with 571 wind energy plants and a total nominal output of 820 MW. In Germany (onshore), wind farm projects with over 1,000 MW of nominal output are currently being developed.

In addition to its business activities in the established German home market, PNE WIND AG is increasingly expanding into dynamic growth markets and is already represented in joint ventures and by subsidiary companies in Southeast Europe, Great Britain, USA and Canada. In these countries wind farm projects with a nominal output of more than 2,000 MW are currently being developed and are to be completed in the medium term.

In addition, PNE WIND AG is developing offshore wind farm projects, of which four major projects in German waters have already been approved. An entry into promising foreign markets is also being examined with regard to the offshore sector.