- Published: 14 November 2023 14 November 2023
On November 10, the first power from Vattenfall’s 168MW offshore wind farm, Vesterhav Syd, was supplied to the Danish power grid. The 20 wind turbines at Vesterhav Syd were erected from July to September this year, and now Vattenfall is carrying out the last electrical connection works.
Currently, two of Vesterhav Syd’s turbines are generating electricity, while the remaining 18 are expected to be connected to the power grid one by one during the next few weeks.
Meanwhile, Vattenfall is also working on connecting turbines from the 176 MW Vesterhav Nord Offshore Wind Farm to the power grid. Both wind farms have a deadline for full connection to the grid at year-end. The wind farms will consist of 20 and 21 turbines, respectively, with a capacity of 8.4MW each.