Rentel NV

Rentel is a 309 MW offshore wind concession in the Belgian North Sea. It was founded by Otary; a consortium of 8 strong Belgian shareholders with a significant track record in offshore wind who joined forces in a strategic Belgian knowledge and competence center to develop, finance and operate the offshore wind project. The Rentel project - located 40 km north of the Ostend headquarters - will be the fifth offshore wind project in the Belgian North Sea. This new offshore power station will consist of 42 Siemens D-7 type turbines and will have a maximum installed capacity of 309 MW.

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