With the sale of the Mohon Wind Farm in France at the end of 2015 and the expansion of its activities in Sweden, eno energy is sending positive signals for the further development of its foreign business, wind turbines with a total rated output of 11 MW were brought into operation and sold in 2015. Further eno 100 wind turbines are about to be erected.
The construction work for Mohon Wind Farm in Brittany has already commenced. The wind farm, which has been sold to CEE Holding and Lampe Alternative Investments SA, is scheduled to begin operation in the middle of the year with 20 MW rated output and a hub height of 105 metres.
Robert Jantzen, eno energy’s Commercial Director, said:
“With Mohon, we were particularly delighted to be able to sell a large project from our French pipeline. We are working on the continuous implementation of our projects and already have our eyes set on the next eno wind farm in the Pays de la Loire region."
Robert Jantzen, about Sweden expansion, added:
“Our Swedish customers are very satisfied, not least because of the high yields attained with the eno 100 – peak values of up to 4,000 MWh per turbine were achieved in the second half of 2015. For 2016 we expect incoming orders from there similar to last year. The continuously growing number of eno wind turbines in Sweden and the conclusion of further contracts make the creation of a service company on the ground essential in order to further improve the service for our customers."
In addition to the projects sold abroad, eno energy also successfully completed several transactions in Germany during the past year. The 24 wind turbines sold with a capacity of 63.8 MW include the Plauerhagen Wind Farm with 21 MW to DEW 21 Windkraft Beteiligungs Gesellschaft mbH and the Giesensdorf Wind Farm with 6.6 MW to a Danish investor.