REpower concludes a contract for 295 MW for phase 2 and 3 of offshore wind farm Thornton Bank.
REpower Systems GmbH, a subsidiary of REpower Systems AG for the core markets Germany and Austria, starts business activities.
Gregor Gnädig takes over the new position as Chief Operating Officer (COO) in the Executive Board of REpower Systems AG. Chief Supply Chain Officer (CSCO) Lars Rytter Kristensen has left the company by mutual agreement with effect from September 30, 2010.
HUSUM WindEnergy 2010: REpower presents an innovative offshore service concept; from 2013 the company will use a tailor-made jack-up vessel and two further special ships for this purpose.
REpower enters the Swedish wind energy market and founds the fully-owned subsidiary REpower Systems Scandinavia AB.
REpower Systems AG inaugurates its new TechCenter in Osterrönfeld.
REpower inaugurates the wind farm Kronprinzenkoog in Northern Germany as the first project with system certificate in line with the German System Service Ordinance (SDLWindV).
Andreas Nauen is taking office as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of REpower Systems AG.
In June, REpower passed the one gigawatt milestone with wind energy systems installed in France.
REpower increases sales to EUR 1,303.6 million (preceding year: EUR 1,209.1 million) and total operating performance to EUR 1,324.5 million (preceding year: EUR 1,220.5 million) in the financial year 2009/10.
REpower is the first manufacturer with an unlimited unit certification according to SDLWindV.
The offshore test field alpha ventus with six turbines of the type REpower 5M is inaugurated.
REpower presents two new variants of their 3.XM series for less windy locations at the EWEC: The REpower 3.4M104 with a rotor diameter of 104 m and the 3.2M114 with a rotor diameter of 114 m.
REpower and RWE Innogy sign a contract for the delivery of about 295 MW for an offshore wind farm off Helgoland, Germany.
Derrick Noe is taking office as new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of REpower Systems AG.