If in need of a geolocation for the sometimes dramatic opposition to wind in Norway, look toward Frøya. In 2019, the small island by the mouth of the Trondheim Fjord became the match that lit the smoldering wind opposition in the country.
This development just reached its high point, so far, when a male opponent was sentenced to 75 days of prison by the Fosen District Court for attacking a female engineer employed by Trønderenergi back in May. Trønderenergi owns 30 percent of the Frøya wind farm, while the remaining 70 percent is owned by Stadtwerke München.
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