Princess Alexia is a 122.4MW onshore wind power project. It is located in Flevoland, Netherlands. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. The project construction commenced in 2011 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in September 2013.

Project Type Total Capacity (MW) Active Capacity (MW) Pipeline Capacity (MW) Project Status Project Location Project Developer
Onshore 122.4 122.4 Active Flevoland, Netherlands Vattenfall


The project is developed and owned by Vattenfall. The company has a stake of 100%.

The project generates 300,900MWh electricity and supplies enough clean energy to power 88,000 households. The project cost is $218m.

The project has 98m high towers.

Development Status

The project is currently active. The project construction commenced in 2011 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in September 2013.

Contractors Involved

Senvion was selected as the turbine supplier for the wind power project. The company provided 36 units of 3.4M104 turbines, each with 3.4MW nameplate capacity.

Senvion is the O&M contractor for the wind power project for a period of 4 years.

About Vattenfall

Vattenfall NV (Nuon Energy), a subsidiary of Vattenfall AB, is an energy utility that generates and supplies electricity, gas, cold and heat. The company generates electricity from gas, coal, hydro, solar, and wind sources. It provides inter-regional access to energy trading markets in Scandinavia and mainland Europe, including Central and Eastern Europe. Nuon Energy also offers energy production and process support products such as steam, compressed air, cooling systems, and water and gas; and maintains land, infrastructure, utilities and waste water treatment facilities in industrial parks. The company operates natural gas caverns in Epe, Germany. Nuon Energy is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.


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