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Gode Wind 02
252 MW Consent Authorised Germany

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Project Details for Gode Wind 02
General Information Name Gode Wind 02 correct
Other names Gode Wind II correct
Country name Germany correct
Region Exclusive Economic Zone (DolWin) (BSH Cluster 3 in Draft Network Plan) correct
Comments All agreements to use Vestas or Repower turbines no longer stand after DONG acquired the project. Turbines went out to tender for all three phases and it was decided that Siemens' 6MW model will be used. DONG have contracted 154 6MW turbines with Siemens for the four phases of Gode Wind.

Before the release of the Offshore-Netzentwicklungsplan (O-NEP) draft, Tennet had agreed a 252MW grid connection for Gode Wind II according to the Kraftwerksanschlussregister (dated 28-Feb-13). The BSH has approved plans to increase the maximum size turbine. The maximum turbine capacity and size is 8MW, 168m hub height and 116m rotor diameter (September 2013), although it is still expected that Siemens 6MW turbines will be used.

In an Amendement Notice, published by the BSH, it is known that Gode Wind II has now became Gode Wind 02 and Gode 04, both consisting of 42 turbines.

Further to this, DONG has announced their intention to build Gode Wind 02 wind farm consisting of 42 Siemens SWT-6.0-154 turbines.
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Project Capacity 252 MW correct
Turbine Model SWT-6.0-154 (Siemens) correct
Turbine Capacity 6 MW correct
Number of Turbines 42 correct
Total Turbine Height correct
Hub Height correct
Rotor Diameter 154 m correct
Foundation Grounded: Monopile correct
Windspeed 10 Year Mean Wind Speed (2000-2009) Available online now
Detailed wind speed data 6 hr/day/month historic data
Costs Stated Project Cost EUR(mill) 953.00 correct
Location & Environment Sea name North Sea correct
Centre latitude 54.075° correct
Centre longitude 7.007° correct
Area 29 km2 correct
Depth range (Chart Datum) 33 m - 34 m correct
Depth range stated by developer 26 m - 35 m correct
Distance From Shore (reported) 40 km correct
Distance From Shore (computed from centre) 47.4 km correct
Ports Installation base Harbour Norddeich, Esbjerg (Turbines) correct
Ops and maintenance Harbour Norddeich correct
Grid Converter platforms Dolwin Beta (NOR-3-1 in O-NEP) correct
Offshore transformers Gode Wind II Substation correct
Grid connection point DolWin2 (beta) offshore converter platform - Dörpen West (Onshore) correct
Cable landing point Hilgenriedersiel correct
Export Cables
Please note that export cables connect the offshore transformer (substation) to either; shore or an offshore HVAC-HVDC converter station for onward transmission via HVDC cabling. Please see the converters page for planned converter stations and transmission cables.

The export cable length does not generally include the onshore component. The exception is when the onshore substation is close to shore.
Number of Export Cables 2 correct
Average length per cable 12 km correct
Transmission type (e.g. HVAC) HVAC correct
Nominal voltage 155 kV correct
Maximum voltage correct
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Number of cores correct
Conductor type correct
Section Area correct
Insulation correct
Number fibre optics correct
Export minimum bend radius (MBR) correct
Burial depth correct
Comments Cable length estimated correct
Onshore Cables Number of onshore cables correct
Average length per cable correct
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Array Cables Array cable length 70 km correct
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Nominal voltage 34 kV correct
Maximum voltage correct
Burial depth correct
Number of cores correct
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Power rating correct
Number of fibre optics correct
Minimum bend radius (MBR) correct
Comments correct
Benefits Homes powered annually 164390 correct
CO2 reduced per year 332232 tonnes correct
SO2 reduced per year 7726 tonnes correct
Expected life 25.0 years correct
Other Website correct