Offshore wind farms

Wind energy in the middle of the sea

Wind power plants on the high seas

Wind power plants on the high seas

EnBW Baltic 1: How a wind farm is constructed on the high seas

Strong teams

A wind farm like EnBW Baltic 1 requires total commitment
A wind farm like EnBW Baltic 1 requires total commitment

On course for the future

Engineers, economists, geologists and logistical experts from around the world are involved in the planning work.
Engineers, economists, geologists and logistical experts from around the world are involved in the planning work.

The station that never sleeps

The wind farm is monitored around the clock by the Barhöft service station.
The wind farm is monitored around the clock by the Barhöft service station.

Safety for people and machinery

“Offshore, we need to plan far ahead. We work under extreme conditions: wind and weather, the motion of the sea and ice dictate our work schedule. Our team needs to work very well together because we cannot simply get into a boat and sail out there.”

Torsten Richter, Service Manager at Barhöft

“The safety measures on the high seas are particularly strict. Before employees are permitted to work at the wind farm, they must complete safety training lasting several days.”

Anne Fischer, Subproject Manager for Work Safety

“We are venturing into unknown territory. That means it is possible to shape a lot of things yourself as an employee. Therefore, I am certain that I have one of the hundred most interesting jobs in the world.”

Sven Kastrau, Project Manger for Electrical Engineering

Wind power today and tomorrow

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