Vestas, Vattenfall and PKA put EUR 350 million into Swedish wind farm

The Danish wind turbine manufacturer has teamed up with pension fund PKA and Swedish utility Vattenfall to invest in a 353 MW wind project in Sweden.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

A joint venture set up between Vestas, PKA and Vattenfall is to develop a 353 MW wind farm in Sweden, with total investment in the project of EUR 350 million.

According to a press release, Vestas will own 40 percent of the Blakliden/Fäbodberget farm, with the other two parties taking 30 percent each. Vestas will supply the project with 84 V136-4.2 MW turbines.

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