Kjølberget

OX2 has been commissioned to build the Kjølberget wind farm in Våler municipality, Norway. The ownership structure of Austri Kjølberget is the same as for Austri Raskiftet wind farm (112 MW), which OX2 handed over as commissioned in December 2018.

 

OX2 started the construction in spring 2019 and will complete the works during Q1 2021. The plant will be composed of 13 wind turbines and when it is commissioned it will produce some 195 GWh of new renewable electricity per year.

Under construction

First turbine installed at Kjolberget wind farm

Kjølberget

Project information

Map with project area and turbine positions.

Municipality: Våler
Wind turbines: 13
Total height: 220 m
Estimated annual production: 195 GWh
Operations start: 2020
Owner: Austri Kjölberget DA
Wind turbine supplier: Vestas

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Construction Manager

Johan Höök

+46 70 623 69 90 johan.hook@ox2.com

What happens next?

The construction of roads, foundations, substation and the internal grid started in 2019 and was finalized in July 2020. Installation and commissioning of the 13 wind turbines will be conducted during autumn 2020. Hand over of the wind farm is planned Q1 2021.

The site has good wind resources and well-developed infrastructure in the form of roads and power lines. The wind farm can largely use the existing infrastructure, which reduces the impact of the construction - and thus also the impact on the environment and local community.

Construction Manager

Johan Höök

+46 70 623 69 90 johan.hook@ox2.com

What happens next?

The construction of roads, foundations, substation and the internal grid started in 2019 and was finalized in July 2020. Installation and commissioning of the 13 wind turbines will be conducted during autumn 2020. Hand over of the wind farm is planned Q1 2021.

The site has good wind resources and well-developed infrastructure in the form of roads and power lines. The wind farm can largely use the existing infrastructure, which reduces the impact of the construction - and thus also the impact on the environment and local community.

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