Top ten biggest onshore wind farms in Europe

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EWEA have gathered the latest information on onshore wind farms in Europe. This list shows the top ten biggest in 2013.
Updated July 2013.

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Top ten biggest onshore wind farms in Europe

  1. 1. Havelland 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Fantanele & Cogealac Whitelee Viking Clyde Pen y Cymoedd Alto Minho Andau Maranchon Jädraas Dorenell Capacity (MW) Number of turbines LOCATION OR NAME COUNTRY CAPACITY IN MW N° OF TURBINES TURBINE MANUFACTURER DEVELOPER OR OWNER DATE OF COMPLETION Fantanele & Cogealac Romania 600 240 GE CEZ 2012 Whitelee United Kingdom 539 215 Siemens Scottish Power 2013 Viking United Kingdom Up to 457 tbd tbd Viking Energy Partnership 2019 (fully permitted) Clyde United Kingdom 350 152 Siemens SSE Renewables 2012 Pen y Cymoedd United Kingdom 256 76 tbd Vattenfall 2016 (under construction) Alto Minho Portugal 240 120 Enercon EEVM 2009 Andau Austria 237 79 Enercon BEWAG, ImWind, Püspök 2014 (under construction) Maranchón Spain 208 104 Gamesa Iberdrola 2007 Jädraas Sweden 198 66 Vestas Arise, Platina Partners 2013 Dorenell United kingdom 177 59 Vestas Infinergy 2018 (consented) 3,262 1,191 Ten biggest onshore wind farms in Europe (July 2013) The estimated electricity production, during a normal wind year, of the ten biggest onshore wind farms in Europe, once completed, is 6.9 TWh, equivalent to the consumption of 1,804,744 average European homes. EWEA strives to publish the most up-to-date and accurate data possible. Have you spotted a mistake? Did we miss your wind farm? If so, please let us know at policy@ewea.org.

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