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The who’s who of the wind energy sector met once again in Husum from 21 to 25 September. 950 exhibitors from 35 countries presented their products and services on 43,000 square metres in six fair halls. And AMBAU was amongst them, with a 64-square-metre stand in Hall 1.
Growth with energy: AMBAU at the Husum WindEnergy, in Hall 1, Stand 1B10
Components for the wind power industry will be produced on a site of 37,300 m² in the future
Gräfenhainichen/Dessau: the growth of AMBAU GmbH continues. Following the opening of its fourth plant in Cuxhaven at the end of 2008, the management board has decided to incorporate a fifth plant into the AMBAU group, to be located in Dessau.
Federal Environment Minister Dr. Norbert Röttgen receives first-hand information from AMBAU on his summer tour.
Cuxhaven, Germany: The Federal Environment Minister, Dr. Norbert Röttgen, visited AMBAU GmbH in Cuxhaven, Germany on July 27, 2010 as part of his summer tour. Dr. Röttgen (CDU) was accompanied by Prime Minister David McAllister, the Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, Enak Ferlemann, the city-state Bremen’s opposition leader Thomas Röwekamp, the Mayor of Cuxhaven, Arno Stabbert, the head of the Landkreis Cuxhaven District Authority, Uwe Bielefeld, and a large number of representatives of the media.
On 21st August 2009 offshore segments were loaded from the Offshore Terminal Cuxhaven for the first time. The first tower for the Repower Systems AG plant constructor for the alpha ventus project was made available for shipment by AMBAU. In this way the second option for the shipment of tower segments has been successfully put into practice in addition to the Cuxport harbour for the AMBAU Cuxhaven plant.
The AMBAU GmbH Cuxhaven plant offers ideal conditions for the shipment of large offshore segments for the 5-6 megawatt plants due to these two loading options.
The towers for the offshore project alpha ventus will be ready for delivery to the wind turbine manufacturer REpower in July 2009. The towers supplied to wind turbine manufacturer Multibrid within the scope of the same project left our premises already some time ago.
The progress of construction can be monitored on the website of the Offshore Foundation.
All twelve units are in place - on AMBAU towers
alpha ventus is the first offshore wind park worldwide to employ a dozen wind energy units of the 5 megawatt class. When in full operation, alpha ventus will generate enough energy to supply 50,000 households, in the form of environmentally-friendly offshore wind energy fed into the grid. And AMBAU has supplied all twelve towers for this.