400MW Norwegian wind farm delayed by weather and Covid-19

First scheduled for completion before the end of the year, Swedish developer Eolus Wind's Øyfjellet project in Norway is now delayed to the first quarter of 2022, impacting the company's earnings on the facility.

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Swedish developer Eolus Wind informs of a delay on Norwegian wind project Øyfjellet of 400MW.

Commissioning was originally planned before the end of this year, but the facility is now expected to reach completion in the first quarter of 2022, affecting the company's project earnings.

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