At the end of this week, the last rotor blade was lifted in the Noord-Beveland onshore wind farm. This means the completion of the construction phase. The electrical work on the turbine will now follow.
The Noord-Beveland wind farm, located in the Jacoba-Rippolder on Noord-Beveland, comprises four Nordex N117 wind turbines, each with a rotor blade of 58.5 metres, a hub height of 91 metres, and a capacity of 3.6 MW. They replace five older Nordex N90 wind turbines in the area. Parts of the old wind farm are being reused.
The turbine installation activities started mid July. The installation was performed by Kraanverhuur Boekestijn. The project is an initiative of Camperwind’s plan, through Windpark Noord-Beveland BV. The project is managed by Green Trust, together with Windkracht Beheer en Inspecties B.V.
VolkerWind was commissioned by Green Trust Consultancy, responsible for the contracting, tendering and construction of the wind farm, to realise the Balance of Plant for the four new turbines. Source: Windkracht beheer