European Energy launches installation of Swedish wind farm

GE will deliver turbines to European Energy's new Swedish project, a 53.2 MW wind farm.

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European Energy has begun installation of the Zinkgruvan project in central Sweden, a wind farm with a planned total capacity of 53.2 MW. The farm will be located approximately 70 kilometers north of Linköbing near the northern end of Lake Vättern in Sweden.

"Zinkgruvan is our second project in Sweden, where we have a significant pipeline of projects, and for the first time, we have chosen GE Renewable Energy as turbine supplier. We are excited about building a project of this size and we are also looking forward to working with GE Renewable Energy. The GE 3 MWplatform is an attractive option, both technically and commercially," says European Energy CEO Knud Erik Andersen in a press release.

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