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Kvenndalsfjellet wind farm

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Kvenndalsfjellet wind farm is located in Åfjord in Trøndelag county.

The wind farm is part of the Fosen Vind project, Europe’s largest onshore wind project. It will consist of 27 turbines. Each turbine has a capacity of 4.2 MW, which gives a total installed capacity of 113.4 MW. Planned annual production is 405 GWh.

Construction of the wind farm began in 2018, and completion is planned for 2020.

Read more about the Fosen Vind project here.

Company Ownership share
Statkraft 52.1%
Nordic Wind Power DA 40%
TrønderEnergi 7.9%
From the construction of Roan wind farm in the Fosen Vind project
Ole Martin Wold

From the construction of Roan wind farm in the Fosen Vind project

Key facts

  • Number of turbines: 27
  • Planned production: 405 GWh
  • Installed capacity: 113.4 MW
  • Planned completion: 2020

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