OX2 has a strong and diverse project portfolio with about 10 GW wind power currently under development in Northern Europe.
That’s the total installed capacity of our Valhalla project, making it one of the largest onshore wind farm projects in Europe.
In 2020, we’ll commission and manage Castles wind farm, the largest subsidy-free wind power project in the Nordics, to its owner, IKEA Finland.
Valhalla – our largest wind power project ever
Valhalla is OX2's largets project to date and one of the largest onshore wind farms in Europe, completed in 2020. The 85 wind turbines produce 1.1 TWh annually, almost 7 percent of all wind power production in Sweden and enough to power up to 230,000 households.
With 85 wind turbines (366 MW), Valhalla is OX2's largest project to date.
Castle - the largest subsidy-free wind power project in the Nordics
In 2018, OX2 achieved a tremendous milestone in realising the largest subsidy-free wind power project in the Nordics together with our long-term business partner IKEA. When completed in 2020, the total installed capacity will be 107.4 MW.
Casting of foundation at Castle wind power projekt (107.4 MW) in Finland.
Wind power tourism at Glötesvålen, Sweden
Glötesvålen wind farm is located 1,010 meters above sea level in a magnificent landscape in Härjedalen, Sweden. Owned by IKEA, the wind farm is managed by OX2. The local community, Glöte Byalag, offers guided tours to the wind farm during the summer period. The wind power tourism contributes to the local regeneration and growth. On a clear day, the Norwegian mountain crests can be spotted behind the border.
Inauguration of Jouttikallio wind farm, Finland
Over 300 visitors celebrated the inauguration of the Jouttikallio wind farm in Lappo, Finland together with the owner Allianz. OX2 has built the facility and is responsible for its technical and commercial management. The wind turbines have a total height of 210 meters, making them among the highest ever built in Finland.
Radio waves powered by wind
Many of Sweden's 600 radio associations run on membership fees, advertising revenues or sponsors support. The wind power community fund (bygdepeng) is a way to give back to the local community when establishing a wind power project. Radio Krokom covers local news in Jämtland, Sweden and uses the contribution to secure live broadcasting and various content.