Next phase of Swedish GW project decided

A turbine manufacturer has made the final investment decision on the second phase of Swedish onshore wind farm Markbygden, which will have a capacity of 850-1,100 MW.

Photo: Enercon

Yet another major wind farm is underway in Sweden. German turbine manufacturer Enercon has thus made the final investment decision on the second phase of the massive Markbygden project, writes Norwegian media Montel.

"We have recently initiated some infrastructure work and will continue to do so throughout 2019 with the grid connection ready in 2020, so that's when the first turbines will start spinning. The last turbines in the park are planned to begin operations in 2021," writes Enercon's chief operating officer in Sweden, Pamela Lundin, to the Norwegian media.

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