Wind parks

Wind as a source of energy is available free of charge and in unlimited quantities. In recent years, the use of wind energy has - along with photovoltaics – evolved to one of the key technologies of renewable energy.

Encavis AG concentrates on particularly profitable locations with a regional distribution of wind energy plants across Europe. 

A wind park harnesses the power of the wind to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. This process releases no climate-harmful CO2 emissions. As such, wind energy has a positive effect on the environment and helps to curb global warming.


Wind park portfolio

The 70 wind parks operated by Encavis AG are located in eight European countries and have a total generating capacity of more than 750 MW.

Wind Park
Vitalba

  • Grid Connection: 2007
  • Nominal Capacity: 5.95 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 6,600 T

Wind Park
Herrenstein

  • Grid Connection: 2017
  • Nominal Capacity: 19.95 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 27,000 T

Wind Park
Zagersdorf

  • Grid Connection: 2016
  • Nominal Capacity: 7.05 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 9,200 T

Wind Park
Pongratzer Kogel

  • Grid Connection: 2013
  • Nominal Capacity: 9.20 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 8,800 T

Wind Park
Helge

  • Grid Connection: 2009
  • Nominal Capacity: 10.00 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 13,800 T

Wind Park
Rindum Enge

  • Grid Connection: 2016
  • Nominal Capacity: 12.00 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 18,900 T

Wind Park
Norhede

  • Grid Connection: 2013
  • Nominal Capacity: 9.90 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 16,100 T

Wind Park
Lairg

  • Grid Connection: 2011
  • Nominal Capacity: 7.50 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 11,000 T

Wind Park
Briest

  • Grid Connection: 2017
  • Nominal Capacity: 1.57 MW
  • CO₂ Savings: 3,200 T