An energy park is an investment in the future. Clean energy generation is not only beneficial to the environment, but also to citizens and communities. Having an energy park in the local district can be a profitable prospect – providing financial, economic and infrastructure-related benefits.
The energy revolution is the project of the century. It is supported by communities and citizens throughout Germany. They rightly demand that they not only shoulder the liabilities but also have the possibility to benefit from the value created. UKA is a large energy park developer in Germany and takes this into account during all phases of planning and setting up the wind and solar farm.
Contractual agreements in connection with planning and installing wind turbines have been in place for many years now between the town of Uebigau-Wahrenbrück and UKA. During this period we have come to know the UKA company and its representatives as reputable, reliable partners. With each project, UKA sought to enter into a dialogue with us and include our wishes in the plans.
Mayor of the town of Uebigau-Wahrenbrück
UKA is creating a wind farm with eight turbines and a total power output of 28.5 megawatts. The first turbine commenced operation in 2016. Further developments will take place in 2019.To the project website
The plan is to have up to six wind turbines with a rated capacity of 19.8 megawatts.To the project website
Communities and their citizens can work together with UKA and benefit financially and economically from the collaboration. This not only acts as an extra source of revenue, but also creates independence for the future.
Are you looking for appropriate compensatory measures for your community?
KA creates ecologically important biotopes in order to offset the changes to the landscape and the ecosystem at the site where the wind turbines are located. These offsetting measures are generally termed compensatory and replacement measures. UKA’s project developers hold in-depth discussions during the preliminary stages with the communities involved to decide on suitable measures. Here you can find out more about the various forms of compensation and UKA’s credentials in this respect.Details on compensatory measures