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wpd AG

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Stephanitorsbollwerk 3 (Haus LUV)
28217 Bremen

Contact: Christian Schnibbe, Wiebke Schröder
Phone 0421 / 16866-10
Telefax 0421 / 16866-66
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Company Profile

wpd is a developer and operator of wind farms both onshore and offshore, acting worldwide. Over the last 20 years, wpd has installed 1,900 wind turbines with a total of 3,600 MW. Currently 1,232 MW are held as assets. A group staff of 1,500 is committed to wind energy in 18 countries. Internationally, wpd is planning projects in the scope of 6,700 MW onshore and 8,000 MW offshore.

For years, wpd has been awarded the first-class "A" rating by the Euler Hermes agency (Allianz Group). Besides the favourable status quo analysis, this external assesment of creditworthiness also illustrates the company's excellent future prospects.

wpd has played a determining role in helping to shape the wind industry since its early beginnings. The foundation for wpd was laid in 1996 in Bremen. To this day, the head office is in the Hanseatic city. The former two-man operation has developed into a solid, mid-sized company.

Business Sectors

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Products and Services

wpd represents an extensive value chain in the field of wind power. The company group includes:

- wpd AG (developer and operator of wind farms, onshore and offshore)
- wpd windmanager GmbH & Co. KG (commercial and technical management of wind farms)
- Deutsche Windtechnik AG (maintenance and servicing)

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wpd AG-News via IWR-Online

Jun 01, 2018 Siemens Gamesa Named Preferred Supplier for wpd’s Yunlin Offshore Wind Power Project in Taiwan

wpd AG press releases via Renewable Press

19.07.2018 wpd windmanager Expands Cooperation With CEZ
01.02.2018 wpd windmanager Reaches 4 GW Mark
21.12.2017 Business management for 21 wind turbines in Kisielice
29.09.2017 wpd to file constitutional complaint against Windpower-At-Sea-Act