Statkraft divests part of Europe's largest onshore wind project

In a deal with Trønderenergi and Stadtwerke München, the Norwegian utility divests its stake in the first of six wind farms in the Fosen development.

Photo: Statkraft / Ole Martin Wold

Statkraft is selling its share of project Fosen Vind's Roan farm, with Trønderenergi and Stadtwerke München buying the Norwegian state-owned utility's stake of 52.1 percent, reports media E24.

Fosen Vind consists of six wind farms: Hitra 2, Storheia, Roan, Kvenndalsfjellet, Harbaksfjellet and Geitfjellet; and it's considered the largest onshore wind complex in Europe. It has a total capacity of 1,057 MW and consists of Vestas' V117 and V112 turbine models.

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