The increased investment on Swedish onshore wind continues for Vattenfall. Just one month after the utility bought the 125 MW Klevberget project, it announced the acquisition of the Vargträsk project from Nordic Vindkraft. This project has received environmental approval for up to 21 turbines, which translates to approximately 80 MW, approximately one quarter more than planned.
However, Vattenfall has not yet made an investment decision for Vargträsk and expects to carry it out in 2020. At that point in time the project will be 10 years in the major after it was first approved in December 2010. This was followed by several years of standstill due to local complaints and further investigations before the Swedish wind market began to dwindle.
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