Gateway to the Baltic Sea
The German Baltic Sea island of Rügen is known for its beautiful coasts and natural landscapes. With its port city of Sassnitz, the island is strategically well situated between Scandinavia, the Baltic States as well as Russia.
The region, which is rich in tradition, offers itself as a logistics hub and has nautically well-trained specialists. Therefore, the modern Mukran Port in Sassnitz is the ideal hub for current and future offshore wind power projects in the Baltic region.
By choosing its location and investing billions in recent years, Iberdrola Renovables is committed to the long-term economic strengthening of the region.
Iberdrola on the island of Ruegen
With the construction of the second Baltic Eagle wind farm off the north coast of Rügen, Iberdrola Renovables definitively established itself as a inherent part on the popular Baltic Island. By investing billions in offshore wind power in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the company has underscored its long-term commitment to the region. Iberdrola is thus promoting local and regional value creation, creating highly skilled jobs during the construction phase of the new wind project and additional long-term jobs at its base in the Mukran Port in Sassnitz-Mukran. The company plans to remain involved in the region as a strong player in the energy transition.