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Nordisk Vindkraft’s Havsnas Wind Farm Designed to Produce 95.4 MW of Clean Power

Nordisk Vindkraft, a wind energy project development company owned by the RES Group, has declared the launch of its Havsnas Wind Farm located in Sweden. Nordisk Vindkraft possesses around 25% of the shares in the wind farm along with its operating rights while 75% of the shares are owned by HgCapital. The site for the wind farm location is leased from local owners of the land and SCA.

The Havsnas Wind Farm situated north of Stromsund in Jamtland County is designed to produce 95.4 MW of clean wind energy to meet the power requirements of around 50,000 households every year. The wind farm deploys 48 Vestas V90 wind turbines, 70 Km tracks, a substation and five wind measuring poles. The wind farm is located over three hills at Ritjelsberget, Jarvsand and Ursasen with 21, 16 and 11 numbers of turbines placed respectively at each location.  The project commenced its constructions during March 2008 and completed it during the summer of 2010. The company managed the construction of the project by deploying the local workers for most of its construction work.

Arne Lorenzen, Nordisk Vindkraft’s CEO, expressed his gratitude to the local stake holders and the local community for their extended support for the project. He affirmed the commitment of the company towards environmental protection, health and safety of the community.

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