N.prior energy, headquartered in Leer, operates via project corporations two wind farms in Saxony-Anhalt and one in Thuringia. The wind farms were commissioned between 2004 and 2006 and have a total rated power of 19 MW. The total power production of the wind farms amounted to approx. 24,600 MWh in 2016.
Sector: Renewable energies
EEV BioEnergie GmbH & Co.KG operates a biomass power plant in Papenburg, Germany, with an electricity output of 20MW. The plant is powered by waste wood and commenced operations in 2003. In 2015 the plant fed the public electricity network with more than 150,000 MWh.
GERMAN PELLETS was one of the world’s leading producers and distributors of wood pellets. The three sold locations with an annual production capacity of about 640.000 metric tons pellets are among the largest production sites in Germany. The sites provide pellets for end users, construction markets and industrial consumers in Germany as well as all […]
The manufacturing division was established in 2008 as part of PROKON Regenerative Energien GmbH to provide capacities for in-house production of the self-developed P3000 3-MW-wind-turbine. Based in Itzehoe, Germany, the manufacturing division assembles, installs and maintains wind turbines of the P3000 type. In course of the insolvency proceedings of PROKON Group the P3000 manufacturing division’s […]
SOLON produces sophisticated solar modules for large solar power plants (systems) and for residential rooftops (components). Additionally, SOLON designs, builds and maintains large rooftop solar systems as well as turnkey solar power plants worldwide. SOLON Group has key subsidiaries in Germany, Italy and the USA and has a workforce of about 600 employees.
PowerWind, formerly a manufacturer of onshore wind turbines (500 kW, 850 kW, 900 kW and 2500 kW), is a provider of essential services that is specialised in community-scale projects. Appropriate projects are usually characterised by local owner structures. Their size ranges up to wind farms with a capacity of 30 MW. Since the company’s founding […]
Built in 2006, the Emlichheim biomass cogeneration plant produces electrical output of approximately 20 MW and district-heating output of 70 MW. It is fuelled with waste wood and is one of the largest biomass cogeneration plants in Germany.