Sweden heading for wild wind record

Just in the third quarter of this year, decisions were made regarding 403 MW onshore wind, while next year's aim is to add more than two gigawatt highly efficient turbines.

The Swedish wind market has certainly been resuscitated.

After final decisions regarding projects with a capacity of 403 MW in the past three months, firm orders of 1,036 MW have been issued so far this year. And turbine manufacturers' order books indicate there is much more to come. While manufacturers expect to install 817 MW in 2018, next year's number is a mighty 2,079 MW, shows a prognosis from industry organization Svensk Vindenergi.

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