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Following a hearing with the Federal Network Agency, Windreich AG says its Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm, located in the Baltic Sea, is now closer to grid connection.

Windreich says the hearing was part of a malpractice procedure that the company initiated with the Federal Network Agency. The company says that the hearing with the Federal Network Agency made clear that it and TenneT, the grid operator, have "high interest in a rapid and constructive solution."

The company and grid operator discussed the potential for the wind farm to employ an additional cable to an already commissioned transformer substation.


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