The onshore plant Neu Kosenow II is the first wind farm in Germany in which EKZ Renewables (Deutschland) GmbH acquired a 100% stake in 2012. It is located in the state of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, south of Usedom at the Baltic Sea. In operation since February 2012, the five turbines generate around 23 gigawatt hours of electricity, enough to meet the needs of over 5'000 households.
EKZ Renewables (Deutschland) GmbH also acquired 100% of the Neu Kosenow I and IV facilities in the same wind farm in early 2014. Both comprise eight turbines in total, each with an output of 2 megawatts and generate around 37'000 megawatt hours of electricity per year. That is enough to supply over 8'000 households with electricity.
Neu Kosenow I, II and IV are part of a wind farm currently comprising 30 wind turbines from Danish manufacturer Vestas. The wind conditions at this location are attractive with average wind velocities of 6.83 meters per second at a hub height of 105 meters.