Riutunkari

Riutunkari, Finland

Olostunturi Wind Farm

Olostunturi, Finland

Kuljunniemi Wind Farm (Raahe 1-9)

Kuljunniemi, Finland

Kurekdagi Windfarm

Turkey

Monte Carmine, Pietragalla Wind Farm

Italy

Kuivaniemi

Finland

Also known as Vatunki Fish Harbor Wind Farm

Oulunsalo Wind Farm

Oulunsalo, Finland

Pori Wind Farm

Reposaari, Finland

Santala / Sandö wind farm

Santala, Finland

Lammasoaivi I

Kilpisjärvi, Finland

Lammasoaivi II

Kilpisjärvi, Finland

Lammasoaivi III

Kilpisjärvi, Finland

Kulle Wind Farm

Gotland, Sweden

Skåls 1

Gotland, Sweden

Stora Bjärs 2

Gotland, Sweden

Levide Wind Farm

Gotland, Sweden

Olsvenne Wind Farm

Gotland, Sweden

Hedesgkoga Wind Farm

Ystad, Sweden

Ruuthsbo Wind Farm

Ystad, Sweden

Sigvards Wind Farm

Gotland, Sweden

Ryningsnäs Wind Farm

Hultsfred, Sweden

Skärbo Wind Farm

Tanum, Sweden

Suorva

Suorva, Sweden

Gammel Vrå Enge Wind Farm

Aalborg, Denmark

Lillgrund Wind Farm

Malmö, Sweden

Nordjyllandsvaerket Wind Farm

Aalborg, Denmark

Nørre økse søn Wind Farm

Aalborg, Denmark

Hollandsbjerg Wind Farm

Norddjurs, Denmark

Hangonsaari Wind Farm

Uusikaupunki, Finland

Barösund

Inkoo, Finland

Horns Rev Wind Farm

Denmark

Ryån Wind Farm

Jammerbugt, Denmark

Vedersø Kær

Ringkøbing - Skjern, Denmark

Tjæreborg Enge

Esbjerg, Denmark

Hornberget2

Östersund, Sweden

Hornberget4

Östersund, Sweden

Hornberget1

Östersund, Sweden

Hornberget3

Östersund, Sweden

Hornberget5

Östersund, Sweden

Kåphult Windfarm

Hishult, Sweden

Råbelöf Vindkraft

Räbelöf, Sweden

Fröslida Wind Farm

Sweden

Rødby - Øvej

Øvej 2, Denmark

Dianalund - Kalundborgvej

Dianalund, Denmark

Præstø - Jungshovedvej

Præstø, Denmark

Slagelse - Fårdrupvej

Fårdrupvej 11, Slagelse, Denmark

Ramsø, Ørsted Bygade

Ørsted Bygade 8, Ramsø, Denmark

Ramsø, Ørsted Bygade

Ørsted Bygade 8, Ramsø, Denmark

Maribo - Tjennemarkevej

Tjennemarkevej 24, Maribo, Denmark

Pandrup - Pælevej

Pælevej 15-22, Pandrup, Denmark

Thisted - Hamborgvej

Thisted, Denmark

Thisted - Hamborgvej

Thisted, Denmark

Thisted - Hamborgvej

Thisted, Denmark

Aalborg - Stenisenge, Vildmosevej

Aalborg, Denmark

Aalborg - Stenisenge, Vildmosevej

Stenisenge 4, Aalborg, Denmark

Roslev - Nørremarksvej

Nørremarksvej 21 A, Roslev, Denmark

Trustrup, Fævejlevej

Fævejlevej 11, Trustrup, Denmark

Ribe - Hedegårdsvej

Hedegårdsvej, Esbjerg, Denmark

Ribe - Hedegårdsvej

Hedegårdsvej 12, Ribe, Denmark

Ribe - Hedegårdsvej

Hegårdsvej, Ribe, Denmark

Ejby, Kærbyholm

Kærbyholm, Ejby, Denmark

Bessakerfjellet Wind Farm

Roan, Norway, Norway

The wind farm is located on the coast of the Fosen peninsula in Sør-Trøndelag county, in the centre of Norway, where the fjord meets the sea. It is the second-largest wind farm in the country. Bessaker is a small village famous for its annual fishing festival held in July each year. Only a boat trip away from Trondheim city, Fosen is a recreational area that offers unspoilt nature, varied landscapes, hiking, canoeing and fishing opportunitie

Ytre Vikna

Vikna, Norway, Norway



Odder - Hundslund - Sødrupvej

Denmark

Valsneset

Norway

See http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valsneset_vindpark for more information

Hundhammerfjellet

Norway

Routunkari, Sähkäle

Finland

Mäkelänkangas Wind Farm

Neuvoton, Norway

Digue Carnot

France

Kelstrup

Denmark

Saukkovaara wind farm

Finland

Bruck-Göttlesbrunn Wind Farm

Austria
7 wind turbines of 3 MW each, adjacent to an already existing smaller wind farm (5 turbines of 1,8 MW each)

Savignano Irpino

Italy

Budduso e Ala dei Sardi

Italy

Bandirma III Wind Power Plant (25 MW)

Turkey
10 x 2.5 MW Wind Turbines at the Southwest of Bandırma town near Bezirci and Çarıkköy in the province of Balıkesir with the purpose of contributing to national economy and providing a portion of growing electricity demand.
See also http://mer.markit.com/br-reg/public/project.jsp?project_id=103000000002244  for background informaton.

Hami Santanghu Phase I Wind Farm

China

Anhui Chaohu Phase II

China

Lipstiņi wind farm

Latvia
Latvian EKOenergy sold in the first six months of 2015 comes from 4 wind turbines at Lipstiņi. For legal and administrative reasons, this is one of the few Latvian renewable power plants whose electricity can be sold as green electricity.
In the first six months of 2015, the EKOenergy Secretariat and the Latvian EKOenergy partners will
- intensify the contacts with Latvian electricity producers, in particular to find out more about cost-efficient measures to protect bats and other wildlife
- clarify if and how electricity from power plants that get subsidies can be sold as green electricity.
- test and measure the interest of Latvian electricity consumers for several types of renewable electricity.

Warmenhuizen

Netherlands

San Martino in Pensilis Wind Farm

Italy

Annelund 1 & Annelund 2 wind turbines

Sweden

Kytölä Wind Farm

Finland

Ximeng Abag Windfarm

China

Lacedonia Wind Farm

Italy

Guardia Perticara

Italy

Ascoli Satriano Wind Farm, Pozzo Zingaro

Italy

Muukko wind farm

Finland
TuuliMuukko is the first production area of wind power, built by TuuliSaimaa. Wind mills are built by main contractor Alstom and the main owner of the project is LähiTapiola. Wind farm consists of seven wind mills, which are located in the industrial area of Muukko, on the both sides of Road 6.

http://www.tuulisaimaa.fi/drupal/?q=en/node/71

Kirkkokallio - Honkajoki

Finland
The 21.6MW wind farm is located in the southwest of Finland and consists of nine Nordex N117/2400 turbines. The turbines of 120 meters height generate up to 75GWh of electricity annually.

Honkajoki is the first project of the German turbine manufacturer Nordex under a framework contract signed with Taaleritehdas in June 2012 providing for the delivery of up to 111 turbines.

Borringe

Sweden

Svalskulla

Finland

Wind Farm La Rocca (Banzi)

Italy

Berry Burn Wind Farm

United Kingdom

San Basilio Wind Farm

Italy

Anzi Wind Farm

Italy

Hitra Wind Farm

Norway
The Hitra wind farm on the Hitra island in Sør-Trøndelag county was opened in 2004 and consists of 24 wind turbines, each with an installed capacity of 2.3 MW. This gives Hitra wind farm an overall installed capacity of 55 MW, corresponding to an annual mean production of 156 GWh. - See more at: http://www.statkraft.com/energy-sources/Power-plants/Norway/Hitra/#sthash.K4ufSHM3.dpuf
The Hitra wind farm on the Hitra island in Sør-Trøndelag county was opened in 2004 and consists of 24 wind turbines, each with an installed capacity of 2.3 MW. This gives Hitra wind farm an overall installed capacity of 55 MW, corresponding to an annual mean production of 156 GWh. - See more at: http://www.statkraft.com/energy-sources/Power-plants/Norway/Hitra/#sthash.K4ufSHM3.dpuf
The Hitra wind farm on the Hitra island in Sør-Trøndelag county was opened in 2004 and consists of 24 wind turbines, each with an installed capacity of 2.3 MW. This gives Hitra wind farm an overall installed capacity of 55 MW, corresponding to an annual mean production of 156 GWh
The Hitra wind farm on the Hitra island in Sør-Trøndelag county was opened in 2004 and consists of 24 wind turbines, each with an installed capacity of 2.3 MW. This gives Hitra wind farm an overall installed capacity of 55 MW, corresponding to an annual mean production of 156 GWh. - See more at: http://www.statkraft.com/energy-sources/Power-plants/Norway/Hitra/#sthash.K4ufSHM3.dpuf

Em Wind Farm

Sweden
Em wind farm is Statkraft's first wind power facility in Sweden. The facility is located outside Mönsterås in southeast Sweden, and is comprised of four wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 9.2 MW. The Em wind farm is the first concrete result of a comprehensive collaboration between Statkraft and the forestry and timber product company Södra.

Vindpark Em vid massabruket i Mönsterås togs i drift av Statkraft Södra Vindkraft AB den 23 februari 2011.
Här finns fyra vindkraftverk Enercon E82 i storlek 2,3 MW. Navhöjden är 108 meter, rotordiameter 82 meter. Tillsammans genererar vindkraftverken varje år ca 21 GWh. Detta motsvarar ca 4400 normalvillors förbrukning av hushållsel varje år (vid förbrukning av 5 000 kWh per hushåll).
På Em vindpark gjordes Sveriges första stora test av att förlägga kablarna mitt i vägkroppen istället för i vägbanken. Det medförde smalare vägar och därmed mindre ingrepp i skogen.

Ögonfägnaden Wind Farm

Sweden
See http://www.vindkraftnorr.se/pdf/ogonfagnaden/Bilaga_C_MKB_Ogonfagnaden.pdf for the Environmental report and other relevant data.

Stamåsen Wind Farm

Stamåsen vindpark i Strömsunds och Sollefteå kommuner omfattar 14,5 km² skogsmark. Vindparken ligger ca 2,5 mil söder om Strömsund, ca 3,5 mil nordväst om Ramsele och ca 2 mil nordost om Hammerdal.

Landskapet är skogsmark med en höjdplatå som ligger kring 400–430 möh. Här finns några mindre sjöar, vattendrag och våtmarker.

Närmaste byar är Vimmaråsen och Vimmarvattnet som ligger 2 km från vindparkens gräns. Byarna Grythöglandet, Stamåsen och Täxan ligger mellan 2,5 och 5 km från gränsen.

More information: http://www.vindkraftnorr.se/stamasen.asp?id=1

Mörttjärnberget Wind Park

Sweden
http://www.vindkraftnorr.se/morttjarnberget.asp?id=7

CGN Tuokexun wind farm Phase 1

Tyokexun(Toksun) county, Turpan Prefecture., China

Savignano Irpino

Italy

Giunchetto (Nicosia, Nissoria)

Mimiani Wind Farm

Troia

Italy

Wind Farm Lago Arancio

Italy

Andretta Wind Farm

Italy

Candela

Italy

Francofonte

Nikkarinkaarron tuulipuistohanke

Finland

Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy rakentaa Raahen Nikkarinkaartoon 10 tuulivoimalan tuulipuiston. Puiston rakennustyöt alkoivat kesällä 2015. Tuulivoimalat toimittaa Vestas Wind System. Tuulipuiston pääurakoitsija on Eltel Networks. Puisto liitetään sähköverkkoon ABB:n sähkötekniikalla. Tuulivoimaloiden pystyttäminen alkaa maaliskuussa 2016, ja ne otetaan käyttöön kesäkuuhun 2016 mennessä.

Nikkarinkaarron tuulipuisto sijaitsee Raahen eteläosassa, noin 28 km etäisyydellä kaupungin keskustasta. Alueen länsiosa sijoittuu osittain Pyhäjoen kunnan alueelle.

Lupamenettely

Hankkeen YVA-menettely on saatu päätökseen vuonna 2013. Raahen itäosiin sijoittuville tuulivoima-alueille, joihin Nikkarinkaarto kuuluu, tehtiin yhteinen ympäristövaikutusten arviointi, jossa otettiin huomioon kaikkien suunnitteilla olevien tuulipuistojen ympäristövaikutukset sekä niiden yhteisvaikutukset. Arvioinnin tuloksia on käytetty hankkeen suunnittelussa ja kaavoituksessa. YVA-dokumentteihin voi tutustua oheisesta linkistä:

Ymparisto.fi

Brunsmo Wind Farm

Sweden
Brunsmo Wind Farm is located about 19 km northeast of Karls­krona in the county of Blekinge. The farm has been operational since March 2010.

Brunsmo Wind Farm consists of five General Electric 2.5XL turbines. Each turbine has a maximum output of 2.5 MW and the estimated annual production is 24.5 GWh (24,500,000,000 Wh), which is equivalent to a reduction in annual carbon dioxide
emissions of around 24,500 tonnes compared with fossil based  power generation. The electricity generated by the farm covers the needs of more than 6,000 Swedish households.

The wind farm’s internal network has a voltage level of  33 kV and the farm is located about 5 km from the connection point to the regional grid.

Ølstrup, Den nordlige del, No

Denmark

Petronell-Carnuntum Wind Farm

Austria

The first wind farm in Petronell-Carnuntum consists of 11 wind turbines, each with a capacity of 2 MW, a rotor diameter of 70 metres and a hub height of 98 metres. These have been built in 2004.
See also http://www.verbund.com/pp/en/wind-farm/petronell-carnuntum

Petronell-Carnuntum II Wind Farm

Austria
In 2014, VERBUND added 7 turbines to its already existing wind farm in Petronell-Carnuntum. The turbines are of the type ENERCON E-101 with a hub height of 135 m and a rotor diameter of 101 meter. They produce enough power to cover the electricity needs of around 15,200 households. The construction was partly financed through a public participation model in the Bruck an der Leitha region.

Myllykangas, Kuivaniemi, Ii

Finland
For further information, see http://www.laatumaa.fi/tuulivoima/myllykangas-ii/#content (with environmental reports and other background information in Finnish)

Godsheide

Belgium

Nyby I

Finland

Zhangbei Lvnaobao Windfarm

China

Manfredonia Wind Farm

Italy

Pajukoski Wind Farm I

Finland
The Pajukoski Wind Farm in Ylivieska is a joint venture between Finnish Taaleritehdas and German reconcept GmbH. The companies have invested 50 million Euros in the wind farm that produces about 97 GWh of electricity per year – enough to provide power to almost 30 000 apartments.

Latamäki

Finland

Castellaneta

Italy

Castelnuovo di Conza

Italy

Grottole wind farm

Italy

Ordona Wind Farm

Italy

San Sostene

Italy

Posticciola-Stornara

Italy

Åsen

Utsira Wind Farm

Nygårdsfjellet Wind Farm

Norway
Nygårdsfjellet wind farm is located right beside E10 on Skitdalshøgda. The windmills are scattered around the regulated Skitdalsvatn, which is one of the reservoirs to Nygård power plant. Nygårdsfjellet wind farm consists of 14 wind turbines with a total capacity of 32,2MW. The windmills have an installed capacity og 2,3MW each.

The entry of Nygårdsfjellet wind farm was done in two stages. The first 3 turbines were put into operation in 2006 and the last 11 in 2011. Average annual production is 105GWh, equal to normal consumption of approximately 5200 Norwegian households.

Annual average wind speed measured 50 meters above the ground along the cost of Norway is approximately 8m/s. The production on Nygård wind farm starts at 3m/s and is stopped at 25m/s. The production is stopped at 25m/s to avoid damage to the turbine.


http://www.nordkraft.no/kraftverk/nygardsfjellet-vindpark-article368-110.html

Volkerak

Hanström 1-3 Lilla Edet

Sweden

Rio Gallego 1

Spain

Grisel 1

Spain

Fjällberget-Saxberget

Sweden

Mässingberget Wind Farm

Sweden

Majiang Niupiou Windfarm

China

Janov Wind Park

Czech Republic

Bondön

Sweden

Blekhem wind farm (Boda)

Sweden

Idhult wind farm (Ålem)

Sweden

Piansano Wind Farm

Skogaby wind farm

Sweden

Södra Kärra

Sweden

Rõuste Wind Farm

Estonia

Kantti Wind Farm

Macaubas Wind Farm

Brazil

Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy, is now offering renewable power tracked by International Renewable Energy Certificates (I-RECs) in Brazil. The certificates will be backed by its windfarm Macaúbas in Bahia.

Statkraft offers Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) adherent to the International REC Standard (I-REC Standard) to customers with operations in Brazil and helps renewable generators to register for this new certificates standard. The first certificates to be issued in Brazil will be produced by Statkraft’s 35 megawatts windfarm Macaúbas, located in Bahia. The windfarm, co-owned with the Brazilian pension fund FUNCEF, was commissioned in July 2012 and has an average annual production of 140 gigawatt hours.

Hamnefjell

Norway

Odarslöv 1, 2 & 3

Sweden

Rockneby

Sweden

Henan Biyang Zhongtian Wind Farm (Zhongtia)

China

Söderbodane 1-2-3

Sweden

Gemini Wind Farm

Netherlands
See http://geminiwindpark.nl/e_about-gemini.html

E.g. Ecological monitoring reports at http://geminiwindpark.nl/e_reports.html

Ånstadblåheia Vindpark

Laterza

Italy

Havøygavlen Wind Farm

Norway

Dam Nai Wind Power

Vietnam

Skånings Åsaka Vind

Sweden

CGN Tuokexun wind farm Phase 2

China

Silkomhöjden wind farm

Sweden

Vena Säby

Sweden

Karlsfält

Sweden

Holmen, Mellerud

Ållerud

Sweden

Mossebol, Mellerud

Sweden

Eolienne La belle Aulne

France

Nulvi-Tergu Wind Farm

Italy

Jouttikallio Windfarm

Finland

Pakri Wind Farm

The Pakri wind farm was completed in 2004. The first wind turbine was connected with the power grid on the 15th of December in 2004. Full capacity was achieved in March 2005.

There are in total eight Nordex N-90 type wind turbines, each with a capacity of 2.3 MW, in the Pakri wind farm. Full capacity of the wind farm is 18.4 MW.

The electric turbines are produced and supplied by a well-known German producer Nordex Energy GmbH. The height of the mast of the wind turbine is 80 meters, rotor diameter 90 meters. Weight of the wind turbine is 349 tons. The expected life-span of the wind turbines of the Pakri wind farm is 20 years.

Total investment of the Pakri wind farm is EUR 22.4 million.

Anhui Chaohu Phase II

Torkkala Wind Farm

Finland

Eemsmond

Netherlands

Mittraphap Wind Farm

Thailand

Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm

United Kingdom

Frodsham Wind Farm

United Kingdom

The wind farm is essentially divided into two ‘clusters’ of turbines, each served by its own sub-station:

• the western cluster comprises 13 turbines and is located to the immediate north of the village of Helsby;

• the eastern cluster consists of 6 turbines and is located to the immediate north of the village of Frodsham.

The wind farm has more than 10km of improved or new tracks. The ‘design life’ of the wind farm is 25 years, after which the wind farm will be decommissioned in accordance with a plan that will be approved by the Council.

In January 2016 Frodsham Wind Farm became the first construction site in the UK to be awarded the Biodiversity Benchmark: Design for Construction, from the Wildlife Trusts in recognition of the work which has been undertaken on site throughout planning and construction to preserve and enhance biodiversity.

Ytterberg Wind Farm

Sweden

Åmliden

Sweden

Phu Lac Windfarm

Vietnam
PHULAC01

Serracapriola

Italy

Hedagården Wind Farm

Sweden

Rynge Wind Farm

Sweden

Stora Istad Wind Farm

Sweden

Gärdslösa Wind Farm

Sweden

Bear Mountain Wind Park

Canada

Guangdong Xinyi Wind Farm

China

Sabinapolder

Netherlands

Kopsa Wind Farm

Finland
During the first phase seven 3 MW turbines have been installed and in the second phase ten 3,3 MW wind turbines will be installed in the region.

Environmental Impact Assessment and a land use plan were completed for the project, and building permits were granted in 2012. Building of the infrastucture was started straight after receiving the permits. Turbines were installed during spring-autumn 2013 and the wind farm was inaugurated in October 2013.

Reports of the sound measurements performed near Kopsa wind park are available in the public documents section of the website of the operator: http://www.puhuri.fi/

Annankangas Wind Farm

Finland

Tahkoluoto offshore wind farm

Finland
For more information, see http://hyotytuuli.fi/en/tuulipuistot/tahkoluoto-offshore-wind-farm/

Kadesjö Wind Turbines

Sweden

Stora Krokek

Sweden

Assmåsa Wind Farm

Sweden

Oxhult Wind Farm

Sweden

Frälsegården

Sweden

Medhamra

Sweden

Råby Vind wind farm

Sweden

Orta Nova - località Masseria Ferranti

Italy

Lecce 3 Wind Farm

Italy

Ricigliano Wind Farm

Italy

Krupy Wind Farm

Poland

Gorzyca Wind Farm

Poland

Mäkikangas

Finland

San Francesco Wind Farm

Italy

Varsvik Wind Farm

Sweden

Jädraås

Sweden

Gettnabo Wind Farm

Sweden

Bratton

Årjäng Northwest

Sweden

Skaveröd / Gurseröd Wind Farm

Sweden

Årjäng Southwest

Sweden

Rothes II Wind Farm

United Kingdom

Mid Hill Wind Farm

Carraig Gheal Wind Farm

United Kingdom

Banzi

Italy

Serracapriola Wind Farm

Kjøllefjord Wind Farm

Norway
Kjøllefjord wind farm is located on the mountain of Gartefjellet in Lebesby Municipality in Finnmark County. The wind farm has a total installed capacity of 39.1 MW and consists of 17 wind turbines each with an installed capacity of 2.3 MW. - See more at: http://www.statkraft.com/energy-sources/Power-plants/Norway/Kjollefjord/

Gundogdu Wind Farm

Turkey

Krogstad Wind Farm

Åland, Finland

Altai wind turbine, Vårdö

Åland, Finland

Albert wind turbine, Föglö

Åland, Finland

Mika wind turbine, Sommarön

Åland, Finland

Oskar wind turbine, Sottunga

Åland, Finland

Wind Farm San Giovanni

Italy

CECEP Zhangbei Danjinghe Phase II Wind Farm

China
For more information, see https://cdm.unfccc.int/Projects/DB/China%20Quality1348191143.05/view

Yandun 5th Wind Power Project

China

Wind Farm Villa Castelli

Italy

Andershaw wind farm

United Kingdom
For more information, see http://andershawwindfarm.co.uk/

Wind Farm Regalbuto

Italy

Knudsboda Wind Farm

Finland

Pettböle Wind Farm

Finland

Isgrannatorp

Sweden

Södra Hagen

Sweden

Vartinoja Wind Farm

Finland
Tuulipuisto valmistui joulukuussa 2015. Rakennuttamisesta vastasi TuuliSaimaa Oy ja pääurakoitsijoina olivat Keski-Suomen Betonirakenne Oy, VEO Oy ja Alstom Finland Oy. Puiston kokonaisteho on 24,3 MW ja se koostuu yhdeksästä Alstom ECO 122 tuulivoimalasta. Voimaloiden napakorkeus on 120 metriä ja roottorien halkaisija 122 metriä.

Fakken Wind Farm

Norway
See a lot of pictures about the construction of the Fakken Wind Farm at https://vimeo.com/55352012

See also http://www.tromskraft.no/om/prosjekter/fakken (in Norwegian)

Asnæs By

Denmark

Ramme Hgd., ramme

Denmark

Pabillonis - San Gavino

Italy

Yuxian Chashan Windfarm

China

Qiuping Wind Power Project

China

Klemedstorp

Sweden

Roben Rigg (West and East)

United Kingdom
See also http://www.4coffshore.com/windfarms/robin-rigg-united-kingdom-uk20.html

Gundtoft By, Gettrup

Denmark

Skarp Salling By

Denmark

Tarp by

Denmark

Gesten by

Denmark

Sdr. Saltum By, Saltum

Denmark

Bovnum by

Denmark

Kyse By, Vallensved

Denmark

Katrineholm Hovedgård, Krummerup

Denmark

Hellev by

Denmark

Den sydvestlige del, Brejning

Denmark

Tulstrup by, Ikast

Denmark

Nees, Ballesigvej

Denmark

Gørup, Ulbjerg

Denmark

Trehuse, Frederiks

Denmark

Døstrup by

Denmark

Jingneng Chayouzhong Windfarm Phase II

China

Jingneng Shangdu Jiqingliang Windfarm

China

Qinghai Delingha Gahai Wind Power Phase 1

China

West of Duddon Sands Wind Farm

United Kingdom
See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_of_Duddon_Sands_Wind_Farm

Santavuori Wind Farm (Santavuoren tuulivoimapuisto)

Finland

Bagarasi Wind Farm

Turkey

Jingneng Jixiang Huaya Windfarm Phase II

China

Heng County Liujing Wind Farm Project

Stavlösa Vind

Sweden

Egby Vind

Sweden

Ascoli Satriano

Italy

Iveland

Norway

Hunderfossen

Lillehammer, Norway, Lillehammer, Norway, Norway

The plant exploits the Hunderfossen water fall in the Gudbrandslaagen river. A fish ladder has been built to allow fish to pass the power plant. The power plant is open for visitors and together with the nearby Energy Centre is often visited by school classes.

Embretsfoss

Modum, Norway, Modum, Norway

Ming-Jian hydropower

Taiwan
The project is utilizing the potential resulting from the construction of Chi-­‐Chi common diversion Weir project, which was built in December 2001.

The hydro power plant’s construction was started in 2004. It became operational
on September 27, 2007 and obtained the electrical generation License on June 20,
2008.

The total Installed capacity of the hydropower plant is 16.7MW.

The project replaces the electricity generated and fed into the local Taiwan Power Company
(Taipower) grid from burning of fossil fuels, thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The plant produces about  76,000 MWh/year, resulting in GHG emissions reduction of 56,164 tCO2eq annually.

Øvre Vinstra

Norway

Nedre Vinstra

Norway

Feldkirchen

The Feldkirchen power plant in Bavaria, is operated by VERBUND Innenkraftwerke GmbH. Its capacity is 38 MW (More than 200.000 MWh per year). It is one of the many hydropower plants on the Inn, a tributary of the Danube.

In the reports of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River, the river Inn is described as one of the most transformed parts of the river basin. The chemical situation of the river is ok, but there is influence of intensive agriculture.  

See also http://www.verbund.com/pp/de/laufkraftwerk/feldkirchen. Our decision about this power plant is downloadable at http://www.ekoenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/1502228Hydropower_Feldkirchen_EKOenergy_English.pdf

Nembia

Italy

The Nembia power plant is a tunnel plant in the municipality of San Lorenzo in Banale. It was built in 1957 and today it is operated by Hydro Dolomiti Energia.

The power plant is located in the bassin of the Sarca River. It is part of an extensive system of power plants built in the second half of last century by SISM (Società Idroelettrica Sarca e Molveno).

The water from the Sarca River and its tributaries is collected in the Sarca-Molveno underground
pipe, and it flows until it meets the Nembia flow separator. From there, most of the water flows directly towards Lake Molveno, while some water is diverted towards the Nembia power plant. Once the water has passed through the Nembia turbines, it flows towards Lake Molveno. Lake Molveno works as a water reservoir, ensuring the permanent operation of the large neighbouring Santa Massenza hydropower plant.

In recent years, major environmental restoration projects have taken place in the area.
This area is part of the Nature Park Adamello-Brenta. Moreover, since 2000 the area between the two lakes (including the Nembia power plant) has been part of a WWF Oasis, aimed at promoting environmental education and restoring the original ecological conditions. The Oasis extends for about 200 hectares and is the result of an agreement between ENEL and WWF.

 

 

Pitkänkoski hydropower plant

Finland

The power plant is owned by HSY (Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority).

The power plant is located in a water tunnel at the Pitkäkoski water purification plant. All the water in the tunnel is from the Päijänne tunnel, an artificial channel which provides water to Helsinki. The 400 kW power plant produces 2 GWh of electricity  annually. All of the electricity produced is used in the electricity grid of the Pitkäkoski water purification plant.

Biron-Castétis

France
The hydropower plant of Biron-Castetis is located at Biron-Castétis (South west of France, Pyrenees-Atlantiques department), between Pau and Orthéz, on the river Gave de Pau.

Thelong, and its source is at the Cirque de Gavarnie in the Pyrenees mountains.

The Gave de Pau has 28 hydroelectric plants. 17 are located in the department of Pyrénées Atlantiques, 11 in the department High Pyrenees.

The power plant of Biron-Castétis has a capacity of 1,7 MW. There 3/s (55 m3/s for each turbine). The turbines make up to 89 turns per minute.

Bischofshofen

Austria
See also http://www.ekoenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Decision_hydropower_Bischofshofen.pdf

Litjfossen Hydropower Plant

Norway
The power plant uses a drop of 288 meters from regulation resevoir in Innerdalsvatnet to
Storfossdammen which is the intake resevoir for Brattset powerplant. Water of Innerdal is dammed and is regulated 35 meters and can contain 153 million cubic meters of water. Litjfossen also retrieves water from several stream intakes. (Wikipedia and TrønderEnergi)

Ulset Hydropower Plant

Norway
The powerplant uses a drop of 325 meter drop from the regulation reservoir Storsverjesjøen which is regulated between 879 and 868 m. In addition Falningsjøen is regulated between 873 and 825 m. The power plant also obtains/retrives water from two stream intakes, which reduces the amount of water in the river Ya. (Wikipedia and TrønderEnergi)

Bratsett Hydropower plant

Norway
The power plant uses a drop of 273 meter in the river Orkla from the intake reservoir Storfossdammen at the outlet of Litjfossen powerplant to outlet south of Berkåk. The majority is retrieved via tunnel from Innerdalsvatnet in Tynset which is first exploited in Litjfossen power plant. Water from Ulset power plant is also being used. The water is passed in a 14 km long tunnel from Storfossdammen to the power plant. It also retrieves water from several streams that flow into the main river. (Wikipedia and TrønderEnergi)

Grana Hydropower Plant

Norway
The power plant uses a drop of 460 meters from Granasjøen which is regulated between 650 and 610 meters. The water is led i a 10 km long tunnel from the resevoir to the powerplant. Water is also retrieved from several stream intakes, including Fjellbekken and Jøla. Below the powerplant the water is led in a 5 km long drainage tunnel (avløpstunnel) with outlet in Orkla by Grindal. (Wikipedia and TrønderEnergi)

Svorkmo Hydropower Plant

Norway
The power plant uses a 98 meter drop in the river Orkla from an intake at Bjørset in Meldal to Hongslo by Svorkmo. The transmission tunnel is about 15 km long.The power plant also retrieves water from several stream intakes so that water from Svorka and Raubekken are being exploited. The power plant doesn't have a regulation reservoirs, but takes water directly from the Orkla river with a inntake resevoir by Bjørset. Because of the small reservoir capacity the power plant is considered as a riverine. Thus, the running of the plant depends on the upstream power plants, inflows to the river Orkla and stream intakes and requirements relating to the minimum flow regulations. (NTNU 2009)

Laudal

Norway
This power plant has been certified as NatureMade Star. For more information about the power plant, see https://www.ae.no/en/operations/hydropower/power-stations/laudal/

Hsikou hydropower plant

Střekov hydropower plant

Czech Republic

Finndøla

Norway
Report with background information at http://www.ekoenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/180704_Finndola_Hydropower_Decision.pdf

Kissakoski

Approved for the sales of EKOenergy on 12 October 2019. Decision valid until 11 October 2024.

Hydropower Plant Melk

Austria

Approval of this power plant for the use of EKOenergy, 7 July 2016 (valid for 5 years) 


VERBUND's power plant at Melk is a run-of-river power plant situated on the Danube and west of Melk in Lower Austria. It was constructed from 1979 until 1982.

In 2007 a fish pass was built at the Melk plant. This happened wihthin the framework of the LIFE project “Vernetzung-Donau-Ybbs” (connecting the rivers Danube and Ybbs). Already other LIFE projects nearby were implemented to improve the state of the Danube. The costs for the fishpass amounted to 3.150.771 Euro. They were financed by the LIFE project (50 %), the power plant owner, the Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, Environment and Water, department VII/ 5 and unit VII/1b (Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft, Ministerium für ein lebenswertes Österreich, Abteilung VII/ 5 und Referat VII/1b), Lower Austrian “Landscape fund” (Niederösterreichsicher Landschaftsfonds), the Working Group for Water Bodies (Arbeitsgruppe Gewässer) and the Lower Austrian Fishery Association (Niederösterreichischer Landesfischereiverband).

Sauveterre

France
The Hydropower plant of Sauveterre  is located on the Rhône  at Sauveterre in the department of the Gard, (Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées’s region), 13km north from Avignon.

The power plant is owned by the company CNR (Companie Nationale du Rhône) which ownes over 30 hydropower plants on the Rhône river. The Sauveterre power plants has been build in 1973 and its annual mean energy  production is 286 GWh with an  Installed Capacity of 52MW. The production comes from 2 Kaplan turbine of 26 MW.

A new fish passage is under construction and should be operational around mid-may 2016. The fish passage will consist of a forty successive basins allowing fish to climb the 10m high dam. The debit of the fish pass should be about 2m2/s.

This fish passage is one of the key components of the Rhone's river basin management plan and of the plans to drastically improve the conditions for migratory species in the Rhone.
See also: PLan de GEstion des POissons MIgrateurs (PLAGEPOMI), http://www.rhone-mediterranee.eaufrance.fr/gestion/migrateurs/plan-gestion-2010-2014.php

A video system allowing to observe the efficiency of the fish pass will be available online, at:
http://www.devisubox.com/dv/dv.php5?pgl=Project/interface&dv_project_sProjectName=passe_a_poissons

Saurdal

Norway

Il Maglio

Italia

Il Maglio is a hydropower plant producing power for the Favini paper factory in Omegna municipally, Piedmont region in the Northwest Italy (Figure 1). It is located adjacent to the paper mill, on a purpose built side-channel of the Strona River. It is one of a chain of power plants utilising the by-channel for electricity production. The average outflow from the power plant by-channel into Strona river is 1.38 m3/s.

 

The Strona is a small, alpine river originating near Monte Capezzone. flowing through Strona valley before entering river Toce. Strona acts as the main outflow for Lake Orta through Nigoglia canal, and connects Lake Orta with lake Maggiore via river Toce. The Strona has a hydro-morphological profile typical to the Piedmont region with a wide and shallow waterbed. The dominant substrate is pebble and stone. The river velocity varies depending on the season and year, with the average May flow of 17.9 m3/s and 11.1 m3/s (in wet and dry years, respectively) and average January flow of 4.6 m3/s and 1.7 m3/s.

 

At the opening of the by-channel, a weir allows some of the water flow to be directed away from the main stem of the Strona, towards the hydropower plants, and then back out into the Strona further downstream. The by-channel is a typical artificial canal, with homogeneous flow and concrete waterbed directing water through high pressure pipes inside the power plant.

 

The water quality in Strona river has been studied in the past, and received the environmental index classification of "sufficient and good" in terms of pollution levels, nutrients and water oxygenation based on data collected between 2003 and 2006.

 

Mota del Marquéz (Polígono 1, parc. 8)

Spain

Campo Lugar

Spain

Mota del Marqués (Polígono 2, parcelas 48 y 54)

Spain

Valdecasa

Spain

Torremontalbo

Spain

El Robledo (Las Tablillas)

Spain

Espejo (Pol. 13, Parc. 68)

Spain

Pitkäkoski Water Purification Plant

Pozoblanco Pol 22, Par 17

Pozoblanco, Spain

Socuellamos (Paraje La Losilla,Pol.25, Parc.50)

Sariñena

Spain
Lasesa II and III

Pozoblanc Pol 20, Par 71

Pozoblanco, Spain

Pedreguer

Pedreguer, Spain

Otos

Otos, Spain

Parque logistico de Valencia

Ribarroja del Turia, Spain

Fuentes de Andalucía

Fuentes de Andalucía, Spain

Madridanos Pol 1, Par 871

Madridanos, Spain

Ciudad Transporte Ctra Vitigudino

Salamanca, Spain

Ibahernando Pol 11, Par 80, 81, 84 y 17e

Ibahernando, Spain

Écija Pol 59, Par 94

Écija, Spain

Écija Pol 81 Parc 35

Écija, Spain

Dehesa de Congosta, 3 POL 35 PARC 3

Pereruela, Spain

Monforte del Cid Pol 5, 112

Monforte del Cid, Spain

San Javier San Cayetano

San Javier, Spain
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Cuarte de Huerva calle Aneto

Cuarte de Huerva, Spain

Caudete El Cinchado Pol 2 Parc 60 y 5295

Caudete, Spain

70 installations in the Province Western-Flanders

70 roof top installations in the Belgian province Western Flanders (operated by Yuso)

46 installations in the Province Eastern-Flanders

46 roof top installations in the Belgian province Eastern Flanders (operated by Yuso)

22 installations in the Belgian Province Antwerp

22 rooftop installations in the Belgian province Antwerp (operated by Yuso)

13 installations in the Belgian province Limburg

13 rooftop installations in the Belgian province Limburg (operated by Yuso)

2 installations in the Belgian Province Flemish-Brabant

2 rooftop installations in the Belgian province Flemish-Brabant (operated by Yuso)

Gansu Ganzhou District Nantan Phase I & II, Solar farm

Haminan Mäkelänkankaan solar farm

Sibosol 1

Guatemala

Aura Solar I

Mexico

The PV solar facility adjoins the La Paz Industrial Park (to the northeast), and 2.9 kilometers to the south is the Olas Altas electrical substation owned by the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE).

La Paz is a region with one of the highest average solar irradiance indexes in the country, more than 5.8 kWh/m2 per day.

Aura Solar I has been a key force in promoting sustainable development in Baja California Sur, complementing the efforts of both the state government and the municipality of La Paz to protect the environment in this region.

The facility helps to substantially reduce the consumption of fossil fuels in power generation and avoids the emission of 45,000 metric tons of CO2 a year. It also avoids logistical risks involved in importing and transporting fuel through environmentally sensitive areas like the Sea of Cortez, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

The plant also contributed to the social and economic development in the region, generating more than 400 direct jobs during its construction. Workers also received training in the installation of high technology for sustainable electrical power generation.


For more information, see http://www.aurasolar.com.mx/eng/aura-solar-I.html

Krong Pa Solar Power Plant

Jingneng Beijing Badaling Solar

China

Bokpoort Concentrated Solar

South Africa
The plant has a gross installed capacity of 55 MW with two thermal energy storage (TES) tanks with a diameter of 36/40 meters and a height of 18 meters. They contain molten salt that provides 9.3 hours of operation (1,300 MWht), using cylindrical-parabolic technology with 180 SENERtrough loops, 150 meters of collectors and a Siemens turbine. The civil works involved 600,000 m3 of earthworks, 9,000 foundations and 200,000 welding inches.

See also: https://www.acciona.com/business-divisions/infrastructure/industrial/emblematic-projects/bokpoort-concentrating-solar-power-plant/


Palo-Pastrana Solar Farm (Sulucast)

Philippines

Lopburi Solar Power Plant

Thailand

Prachin Solar Project

Thailand

25 MW solar photovoltaic project at Village-Sujangadh

Louroux Bio Energies Limited (LBEL) has implemented 25 MW solar photovoltaic technology based power project at Village-Sujangadh, Taluka-Muli in Surendranagar district in Gujarat. LBEL is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) established specifically to further the clean energy initiative of its parent company viz. Ajanta Overseas Limited (99.995% shareholding). The electricity generated from the project activity is injected to the regional electricity grid. The first 2 MW of the power plant was commissioned on January 19, 2012 and balance 23 MW of the plant was commissioned on January 28, 2012. The installation will have 25 years of design life.

St1 Biofuels Bionolix Karanoja

Hämeenlinna, Finland

Viikinmäki Sewage Treatment Gas Plant

Helsinki, FiNLAND
The Viikinmäki power plant produces power and heat from sewage of Helsinki and surrounding cities and municipalities.

Koivuniemi

Finland

Pursiala

Pursialankatu 5, Mikkeli, Finland

Kaukaa bioenergy plant

Lappeenranta, Finland

Tolkkinen

Porvoo, Finland

Kainuun Voima

Kainuun Voima Oy:n höyryvoimalaitos sijaitsee UPM-Kymmene Oyj:n tehdasalueella Kajaanissa. Se tuottaa Renforsin Rannan yrityksille prosessihöyryn, Kajaanin kaukolämpöverkkoon kaukolämpöä ja kummankin lämmöntuotannon ohessa vastapainesähköä hyvällä hyötysuhteella.

Kainuun Voima Oy, a steam power plant is located at UPM-Kymmene Corporation's factory area in Kajaani. It produces process steam for the Renforsin Ranta Industry Zone and for the district heating network of Kajaani.

Savonlinnan voimalaitos

Finland

Nesjavellir

Grímsness- og grafningsh, Iceland

Nesjavellir was commissioned 2005-10-01.  Rated power is 120 MW electrical and 400 MW thermal.  Hence it is a CHP plant, 85°C hot water is sent to the capital of Reykjavik.

Ämmässuo

Finland

Ämmässuo landfill is the biggest disposal facility in the Nordic countries. It consists of two landfill sites, the old one, which is closed, and the new one, which is active. The old landfill site was receiving waste from 1987 until 2007, it occupies an area of 52 hectares and it contains about 10 million tonnes of waste. The new landfill site of Ämmässuo began to receive waste in 2007 and it has been designed to cover another 62 hectares.

The construction of the power plant began in 2009 and it completed in 2010. The plant started up its operation in May of the same year, increasing the utilization degree of the recovered LFG to 100%.

The total investment of the project was 15 million euro, from which the 3.4 million were provided by the Finish government. The maximum capacity of the power plant reaches 17 MW for electricity and 13 MW for heat. The electricity generated is directly fed into the national power grid, whereas the annual emissions saved by the power plant of Ämmässuo come up to 8,500 tons of CO2 eq.