Offshore Wind Farm

Thor offshore wind farm is the first of three offshore wind farms decided as a part of the 2018 Energy Agreement. Thor will be the hitherto largest offshore wind farm in Denmark and will be established a minimum of 22 kilometers off the coast of Thorsminde on the west coast of Jutland. The wind farm was put up for tender with a flexibility of 800-1000 MW, and a new aspect is that grid connection from the wind farm and to the transmission grid is included in the tendering procedure. Thor will be able to supply electricity for around 1 million Danish households. Total investment costs for Thor have been estimated at around DKK 15.5 billion. Thor will be fully established and connected to the grid by no later than at the end of the 2027, and the authorization is for 30 years, with an option for a five-year extension.




RWE enters into partnership with Jan De Nul including long-term charter of installation vessels

12.06.2023 - RWE has signed an agreement with Jan De Nul Group, a Luxembourg-based leading provider of key maritime services, to secure the long-term usage of two next-generation installation vessels for future offshore wind foundation and turbine construction.

RWE breaks ground for the onshore substation for Thor offshore wind farm

04.05.2023 - RWE has started construction on the onshore substation for its Danish offshore wind farm Thor. The groundbreaking ceremony marks the beginning of one of the largest Danish contributions to the green transition.

Wind power with vision: RWE to install recyclable rotor blades at Thor offshore wind farm to drive sustainability

14.06.2023 - RWE is once again driving forward sustainability in wind power by using the worldwide-first recyclable rotor blades at its Danish offshore wind farm Thor.





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