The Nordex Group has installed its Xtended Power Upgrade to 52 wind turbines with a total capacity of 135.5 MW across two wind farms in Ireland. This upgrade increases annual energy production for its client Greencoat Renewable by up to 0.8%, despite severe grid-related production constraints. At the wind farms Glencarbry and Knockacummer in the Republic of Ireland, GRP operates N90/2500 Gamma series turbines, as well as N100/3300 Delta machines which were built between 2014 and 2017. Within the framework of GRP’s Performance Enhancement Strategy, the client decided to equip the turbines with Nordex Xtended Power Upgrade.Following Nordex’ detailed analysis of the potential for the specific optimization of each project in summer 2021, the nominal power of all the wind turbines was increased just a few months later, thanks to this upgrade. The turbines will now be able to produce additional clean electricity.Greencoat has been actively focused on their global performance optimization plan over the past months and this has generated significant increases in their base case model. These optimizations have been categorized in different buckets as PPA, Revenues, Opex and, in this instance, “Generation”, leading to a turbine upgrade on several Nordex wind turbines across the portfolio. Greencoat is very pleased with this successful collaboration with the Nordex Group.Since 2019, the Group has offered its clients with Delta generation turbines Xtended Power Delta as an optional package. To date, more than 180 wind turbines have been uprated across Europe. Since the end of last year, the company has also offered Xtended Power Gamma for N90/2500 previous-generation Gamma machines. Thanks to the higher nominal power provided by the Xtended Power upgrade, annual energy production can be increased by up to 3%.Greencoat Renewables is an investor in euro-denominated renewable energy infrastructure assets. Initially focused solely on the acquisition and management of operating wind farms in Ireland, the Company is now also investing in wind and solar assets in certain other European countries with stable and robust renewable energy frameworks. It is managed by Greencoat Capital, an experienced investment manager in the listed renewable energy infrastructure sector.