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We believe in green energy

yesterday, today and tomorrow

Since 1994, we have been working with enthusiasm and drive to advance the energy transition in our country with the help of technological innovations. We focus on a holistic energy supply from generation to storage to the efficient use of energy. For this, we realise future-oriented, sustainable energy solutions - together with our team and our partners. WIND-projekt is determined to meet the challenges of the energy transition. We are convinced that the responsible use of resources paves the way for a better future.

Our heart beats for renewable energies.
From the region, for the region.

Our vision

Green energy for all areas of life

We are striving for green energy that is generated regionally and CO2-free and is entering all areas of life. Whether for electricity, heat or mobility applications, whether for households or industry - green, affordable energy will be available to everyone and will finally replace energy production from fossil resources. This is how we protect our planet.

Our mission

We give the energy transition a boost

Only with a sustainable energy supply based on renewable energies can we protect our home and counteract climate change. With our projects, we are resolutely driving forward the energy transition and are rethinking wind energy to accomplish this. We combine proven structures with future-oriented ideas to achieve our goal of green energy as quickly as possible.

We are pursuing our goal with the strong commitment of our team, a holistic approach to green energy supply, innovative technologies combined with practical solutions, and the consistent involvement of our communities.

Our contribution to a green energy supply

Expansion of the potential of wind energy
Planning, installation and operation of solar energy systems
Strategic use of innovative storage technologies
Combination of the electricity, heat and mobility sectors
Drivers of the hydrogen economy in M-V

Promotion of innovation and research
Nature and wildlife conservation
Energy consulting for companies and municipalities
Green energy for communities and business parks
Green quarters for a sustainable regional development

Our values

WE STAND FOR

Wind farm Neu Guthendorf in bright sunshine

A team from around here

WIND-projekt stands for regionality. With our plants and projects from Northwest Mecklenburg to Rügen, we are pursuing the goal of a sustainable energy supply in the state and strengthening Mecklenburg-Vorpommern as a business location. Together with municipalities, citizens, companies and associations, we are advancing projects that contribute to making the region greener, more liveable and economically more attractive. Thereby, we strive for the highest possible value creation directly on site.

We do not compromise on the energy transition

The protection of our planet does not allow any alternatives. Therefore, we believe that the expansion of renewable energies in the region must be pursued with determination - without any ifs and buts. In order to increase the acceptance of renewable energies, we approach citizens, municipalities and companies and find a joint sustainable solution. For the environment. For the climate. For the future.

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Hands of several persons folded over each other

Together we can do this ...

The energy transition is a joint task. Each individual can make his or her contribution, but together we can achieve even greater things. Together with our team and our partners, we are already developing and implementing tomorrow's projects today.

... and follow new paths

We embrace the innovative spirit of our team and our partners. With new technologies, systems and processes, we decisively exploit the potential of renewable energies. Together we venture into new territory and actively integrate new dimensions into our activities.

Path towards the horizon through a wind farm

Our corporate history

Examples from our company history

In almost 30 years of corporate history, we at WIND-projekt have successfully initiated and implemented numerous projects, brought together disciplines and built up a strong network with our partners. In the future, we will continue to work tirelessly on new projects and give the energy transition a boost.

Wind farm Börgerende: Our first installed wind farm

1994

We put our first three wind turbines into operation at the Börgerende wind farm. And they are still up and runing.

1994

We put our first three wind turbines into operation at the Börgerende wind farm. And they are still up and runing.


Wind farm Börgerende: Our first installed wind farm

1994

We put our first three wind turbines into operation at the Börgerende wind farm. And they are still up and runing.

1999

For the first time, municipalities and residents can participate in our wind farms - in our Ravensberg-Krempin wind farm.


1999

For the first time, municipalities and residents can participate in our wind farms - in our Ravensberg-Krempin wind farm.


2001

At the end of the year, we installed our 100th wind turbine.

2001

At the end of the year, we installed our 100th wind turbine.


2001

At the end of the year, we installed our 100th wind turbine.

2006

We are proud of Germany's first offshore wind turbine right on our doorstep. We are celebrating the first year of operation with visits from Chancellor Angela Merkel and Minister Siegmar Gabriel.


Visit of Siegmar Gabriel at the Breitling wind turbine

2006

We are proud of Germany's first offshore wind turbine right on our doorstep. We are celebrating the first year of operation with visits from Chancellor Angela Merkel and Minister Siegmar Gabriel.


2011

We recognise the potential of offshore wind energy and planned Baltic I, the first offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea.

2011

We recognise the potential of offshore wind energy and planned Baltic I, the first offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea.


2011

We recognise the potential of offshore wind energy and planned Baltic I, the first offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea.

2013

With the RH2-WKA innovation and demonstration project, we are combining wind energy and hydrogen for the first time. The central component of the project is the hydrogen production and reconversion plant in Grapzow.


2013

With the RH2-WKA innovation and demonstration project, we are combining wind energy and hydrogen for the first time. The central component of the project is the hydrogen production and reconversion plant in Grapzow.


2015

We built on our experience and planned Baltic II. 80 powerful wind turbines now supply the mainland with green energy from the Baltic Sea.

2015

We built on our experience and planned Baltic II. 80 powerful wind turbines now supply the mainland with green energy from the Baltic Sea.


2015

We built on our experience and planned Baltic II. 80 powerful wind turbines now supply the mainland with green energy from the Baltic Sea.

2018

The connection between the wind farm Dummerstorf and M-V's first hydrogen filling station in Rostock is the impetus for the coupling of green power generation and green mobility.


Hydrogen filling station in Rostock Brinckmansdorf and a hydrogen car

2018

The connection between the wind farm Dummerstorf and M-V's first hydrogen filling station in Rostock is the impetus for the coupling of green power generation and green mobility.


2020

Our initial impetus for the coupling of green power generation and green mobility is the connection of the Dummerstorf wind farm and M-V's first hydrogen filling station in Rostock.

2020

Our initial impetus for the coupling of green power generation and green mobility is the connection of the Dummerstorf wind farm and M-V's first hydrogen filling station in Rostock.


2020

Our initial impetus for the coupling of green power generation and green mobility is the connection of the Dummerstorf wind farm and M-V's first hydrogen filling station in Rostock.

2022

M-V's tallest wind turbine to date went into operation in Santow. It measures just under 240 m from the base of the tower to the tip of the rotor.


Mecklenburg-Western Pommerania's highest wind turbine in the wind farm Santow during rotor blade assembly

2022

M-V's tallest wind turbine to date went into operation in Santow. It measures just under 240 m from the base of the tower to the tip of the rotor.