The 72 offshore turbines are placed in a parallelogram with eight rows of nine turbines each. All the turbines are painted in the same discrete airforce grey colour. The turbines were supplied by Siemens and built according to "the Danish concept", i.e. three-blade turbines that turn clockwise.
The turbine tower itself is 69 metres high. Each blade is 40 metres long. At its highest, the tip of the blade reaches a height of 110 metres.
Every turbine can generate an output of 2.3 MW. The combined effect therefore reaches 165.6 MW, which made Nysted windfarm one of the largest in the world when it was build back in 2003.