Onshore wind power
- In operation
- 155 GWh
About the project
The Puutikankangas wind farm is located in the municipality of Sievi, Finland.
The wind farm consists of 8 wind turbines with a total capacity of 44 MW. The maximum height of the turbines is 240 meters. The estimated annual production of the wind farm is 155 GWh which is equivalent to the annual electricity consumption of about 30,000 households (5,000 kWh/household).
The construction of the Puutikankangas wind farm started in 2021 and the wind farm was completed for commercial use in early 2023. The wind farm was handed over to its owner Renewable Power Capital (RPC) in March 2023.
OX2 is responsible for the technical and commercial management of the wind farm.
More information about the project can be found in Swedish and Finnish
Project key facts
- Onshore wind power
- In operation
- Number of turbines
- 240 m
- 155 GWh
OX2 and our suppliers are guests in the local communities. For us, is extremely important to create dialogue with and show respect for the people who live and work in the local area. This includes transparent communication, creating local jobs, business sector development or financial grants through community funds or property tax, depending on the market and conditions in the area.
The expansion of renewable energy should not come at the expense of nature and it is not enough for us to mitigate climate change. We have long worked to minimize our negative impact on nature and are now taking decisive action towards our goal of nature-positive wind and solar farms by 2030.
Our projects are sustainable by design, from early planning to construction and management.
It is possible to hike, hunt, or pick berries and mushrooms in the wind farm area, with respect to the area's warning signs and prevailing weather conditions. Caution should be observed in certain weather conditions. It is unsafe to be near the wind turbines during thunderstorms and when there is a risk of ice or snow falling from the wind turbines. Therefore, please pay attention to the local weather conditions. Ice accumulation on wind turbines occurs at temperatures just above 0 °C and colder, especially during snowfall or when the turbine is covered with fog or clouds. A safety distance of at least 400 m should be maintained to each wind turbine during these conditions.