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RWE Innogy has announced that it has acquired the project company ENOVA Energieanlagen GmbH, which is part of the ENOVA Group. This acquisition includes the rights to the offshore wind project North Sea Windpower 3 (NSWP3).

Following the acquisition, the wind farm will be renamed Innogy Nordsee 1. Upon approval from the authorities, this will be the largest planned offshore wind farm off the German coast with an anticipated 960MW capacity. It is to be built 40 kilometres north of the North Sea island of Juist, with a area of around 150 km2. RWE Innogy and ENOVA expect to receive the approval by the end of 2009; initial preparations could then start in 2010. The first wind turbines should start running as early as 2011. The whole wind farm is expected to be completed in 2015. The total investment for the project is around € 2,8 billion.
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