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									             Kriegers Flak

Offshore development in three different
countries - lessons learned and progress
                expected




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• Construction and financing of
  RE-projects (1.4 billion €-
  invest, 1,000 MW)

• Development of and
  sponsorship in international
  RE-projects

• Development of offshore
  wind farms
                        WPD Offshore




• Development of 10 projects in several European countries, inter alia:
    • Kriegers Flak
    • Baltic I
    • Finngrunden (Sweden, 1000 MW)
    • He Dreiht (German North Sea, 595 MW)
    • Hochseewindpark Nordsee (German North Sea, 400 MW)

• Pipeline of more than 5000 MW                                           3
Baltic Sea

- Baltic I
- Kriegers Flak I+II+III
- 21+80+128+91=
           320 turbines
           (up to 1600 MW)


together Europe‘s largest
advanced project area in
terms of area, turbines
and capacity                 4



developed by WPD since
2000 (Kriegers Flak II
Sweden sold to Vattenfall
in 2005)
  Baltic I
• 21 Turbines: up to 78 MW

• Wind speed 8.7 m/s at 95m

• Water depth 16-19 m

• All permissions granted (August 2006)

• Planned start of operation 2009




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Baltic I - Permissions
• Local proceedings as the project is in territorial waters:
   – General planning permission (Raumordnungsverfahren)
      granted February 2005
   – Permission for wind farm due to Federal Pollution Act
      (BImSchG) March 2006
   – Permission for cable due to Federal Pollution Act (BImSchG)
      August 2006
• All needed permissions are granted




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Kriegers Flak I

•80 turbines (~ 400 MW)

•Wind speed 9.0 - 9.6 m/s at
100m

•Water depth 20-35m

•All permissions granted (April
2005)




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Measuring mast Fino II




                   • Unique in the Baltic Sea
                   • Supported by the Federal and Local Government,
                   Germanischer Loyd and Offshore Ostsee Wind AG
                   • Foundation errected October 06
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Grid connection Kriegers Flak I & Baltic I




                       Internal grid


                   Connection with Baltic I
                   and Bentwisch
Kriegers Flak II

• Located in the
  Swedish economic
  zone
• Project developed by
  Sweden Offshore Wind
  AB (founded by WPD
  and WIND-Projekt in
  2002)
• Sweden Offshore sold
  to Vattenfall AB in May
  2005
• Permission for 128 x 5
  MW granted 29 June
  2006
• Further development
  untill 2007 by WPD
  Scandinavia AB
Kriegers Flak III

Open Door Application filed in
August 2006:
   • 91 turbines
   • 3,6 to 5 MW type
   • 15 to 20 m deep
   • 9,5 m/s at 100m
   • 25km to Møn
   • ca. 3km to Kriegers Flak II
   • ca. 4km to Kriegers Flak I

Proposal by working group for
future windfarms in Denmark:
Kriegers Flak included with 4
proposals 200 MW each
 Experiences

– Neighbouring national authorithies want to be informed, but do
  not influence the neighbouring project

– Despite the fact that it is one area, the crucial points were
  different in every country:
   • Germany: shipping safety
   • Sweden: fishermen & military
   • Denmark: national ressources (sand)

– Possibility of transnational transmission network attracts
  utilities (Vattenfall Baltic Wind Link)

– For Kriegers Flak, still some technical issues regarding the
  foundations need to be solved – strong advantages to have a
  smaller project to start with (Baltic I)
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Progress expected

– Regarding wind speed, Kriegers Flak seems to be the most
  attractive area in the Baltic Sea – FINO II measurements will
  prove

– Technically Kriegers Flak is less challenging than a lot of North
  Sea projects

– WPD`s next steps: develop, finance, construct and operate
                    Baltic I (Germany)

    - in 2007:      secure windturbines and project finance

    - in 2008:      start preparation of construction

    - in 2009:      construction of Baltic I, start of operation
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WPD offshore strategy:

   – Likewise onshore, WPD’s aim is to finance, construct and
     operate offshore windfarms:

      • Building and operating Baltic I as the first offshore project
        in Germany

      • Proceeding with Kriegers Flak I (Germany) as one of the
        most promising projects

      • Developing a long-term project pipeline towards Europe




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  Dr. Gernot Blanke
  Member of the board WPD AG

  Kurfürstenallee 23a
  28211 Bremen
  Germany

  Tel.: +49 – (0) 421 – 168 66 10
  Fax:  +49 – (0) 421 - 168 66 66
  www.wpd.de
  info@wpd.de



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