We are a producer of clean, renewable electricity. By building our own wind and solar farms, we are driving the energy transition process forward and are constantly expanding our own portfolio of power plants. We will continue on this course as we implement further projects and acquire additional working parks in the future. The solar and wind farms in the northeast and northwest of Germany are IFE Eriksen AG’s main asset and our asset management team works around the clock to maximise its performance.
In our remote control facility, our staff check energy yields around the clock to continually increase the availability and performance of our plants. Our fleet of power plants, which has a capacity of 129 MW, currently generates around 280 million kilowatt-hours of environmentally friendly power each year.
Operational management of wind and solar farms
15 power stations with an capacity of 129 MW
Ongoing expansion of our investment portfolio
In the ‘Solar Farm Bürgerfelde’, 2,783 polycrystalline solar modules generate around 714,000 kWh of environmentally friendly electricity each year. The solar farm has a total output of 749 kW, which covers the electricity requirements of about 180 four-person households.
IFE Eriksen AG has build 2017 the wind farm Burlage in Lower Saxony. Five wind turbines with a hub height of 108 metres and a total output of 11,5 MW will produce 26,5 Mio. kWh of electricity per annum.
In Brake, IFE Eriksen AG has build the wind farm Golzwarden. Six wind turbines with a hub height of 99 metres and a rotor radius of 101 metres will be raised within the next weeks. The wind turbines with a total output of 18,3 MW produce 44 Mio. kWh of electricity per annum.
IFE Eriksen AG has installed a wind turbine in Trinwillershagen with a rotor radius of 82 metres. The wind turbine with a total output of 2,3 MW produces 5.3 Mio. kWh of electricity per annum.
In the Prenzlau district of Blindow, IFE Eriksen AG built the wind farm Bullenbruch. Two wind turbines with a hub height of 138 metres and a rotor radius of 92 metres have been in operation since autumn 2016 . The wind turbines with a total output of 4,7 MW will produce 12 Mio. kWh of electricity per annum.
IFE Eriksen AG has installed two wind turbines with a total output of 4.7 MW in the Prenzlau district of Güstow. The installation comprises five E-92 turbines made by Enercon, each with a hub height of 138 metres and a rotor diameter of 92 metres. The two wind turbines produce 13 million kWh of electricity per annum.
The municipality of Bösel is the location of IFE Eriksen AG’s largest wind farm project. Fifteen Enercon E-101 turbines with a hub height of up to 135 metres have been turning here since 2014. Ten of these modern systems, each with an aggregate output of 30.5 MW, are part of the IFE Eriksen AG power plant pool, generating 71 million kWh of clean electricity annually.
In late 2014, IFE Eriksen AG completed the installation of two wind turbines with a total capacity of 5.3 MW in the municipality of Wandlitz in the district of Barnim. IFE Eriksen AG owns one of the two units, an Enercon E-101 with a capacity of 3 MW, which produces around 7 million kWh of electricity annually.
IFE Eriksen built two Enercon E-101 wind turbines with an aggregate output of 6 MW in the Prenzlau district of Blindow. With a hub height of 149 metres and a total height of 200 metres, the new wind turbines are amongst the highest in Germany. One of the two turbines with a capacity of 3 MW is owned by IFE Eriksen AG and feeds around 9 million kWh of electricity annually into the grid of Stadtwerke Prenzlau.
Westoverledingen wind farm was created following the acquisition of the old Steenfelde wind farm, which was originally built in 1997 with an output of 9.6 MW. As part of a repowering project in 2013, the 16 legacy machines were dismantled and replaced by 7 Enercon E-82 units with a total capacity of 16.1 MW. Today, the Westoverledingen wind farm produces around 36 million kWh of electricity annually. That is 2.6 times as much electricity as before the repowering project.
The solar farm, named after the town of Kyritz in whose commercial area it is located, generates around 2.8 million kWh of electricity annually, enough to satisfy the energy needs of around 700 four-person households. Kyritz solar park, with its 12,600 multicrystalline solar modules, extends over an area of 6 hectares – equivalent in size to 12 football pitches.
On runways that once witnessed the roar of German and British fighter planes taking off and landing, 59,100 solar panels are now quietly at work producing green electricity on an area of 30 hectares. With a capacity of 13.9 MW, the „Oldenburg Airbase Solar Farm“ produces around 13 million kWh of electricity every year. This is enough to satisfy the electricity needs of about 3,200 four-person households.
The wind farm in Prenzlau, Brandenburg, commenced operation in October 2005. It is equipped with five E-70 turbines made by Enercon, each with a hub height of 98 metres and a rotor diameter of 70 metres. Three of these five systems with a total capacity of 6 MW are owned by IFE Eriksen AG and produce around 11 million kWh annually.
In the municipality of Rastede in Lower Saxony, four NEG Micon turbines with a hub height of 70 metres and a rotor diameter of 54 metres generate approximately 6 million kWh of environmentally friendly electricity each year. The farm was built in 2000 by IFE Eriksen AG and initially managed as an investment fund. After 15 years of operation, IFE Eriksen AG has now taken possession of the wind farm with a total capacity of 3,6 MW and is in the process of replacing the old technology as quickly as possible.