Vestas, Vattenfall & PKA invest in Swedish wind farm

The Danish wind turbine manufacturer has teamed up with pension fund PKA and Swedish utility Vattenfall for a 363 MW wind project in Sweden.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

A joint venture between Vestas, PKA and Vattenfall will develop a 353 MW wind farm in Sweden. The total project investment will arrive at EUR 350 million.

According to a press release, Vestas will own 40 percent of the farm, while the other two parties will each take 30 percent. Vestas will supply 84 turbines to the project from the V136-4.2 MW platform.

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