Dong Energy AS, Denmark’s majority state-owned, largest power and heat generator, said it has decided to build and operate a 30 MW wind farm in Krokom, Sweden.
The total investment is seen at 275 mln dkr.
The Storrun wind farm, which will consist of 12 2.5 MW wind turbines, is scheduled to commence production at the end of 2009.
‘The decision to build the Storrun wind farm is part of Dong Energy’s strategy to expand within renewable energy in Northern Europe,’ group chief executive Anders Eldrup said.
8 February 2008
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