Civil works were completed in October 2012, and the turbines began generating on 20 February 2013 – ten years almost to the day after the project began.
In dollar terms the windfarm was at the time the biggest single community project in the town's history. In the first 12 months of commercial production the turbines generated 5.4 GWh of renewable energy – about 55% of average annual domestic consumption. They continue to do so.
The project paid its first dividend less than two years after commissioning.To track Denmark's daily contribution to WA's energy generation mix, click here.