Hässleholm, Sweden, January 13th, 2021
Eolus has signed particular person PPAs with a serious world power firm for 3 wind energy tasks in Sweden that will probably be commissioned within the autumn of 2023 that complete 68 MW. The wind farms have been bought to Commerz Actual in an settlement that was made public on September 29th, 2020.
The general settlement with the key world power firm covers 100 % of the produced electrical energy quantity within the wind farms Boarp (24 MW), Dållebo (26 MW) and Rosenskog (18 MW) in Southern Sweden. In complete the wind farms will comprise 7 Siemens Gamesa SG 5.8-170 wind generators and four Siemens Gamesa SG 5.8-155 wind generators delivered in numerous energy scores.
-That is the primary PPA that Eolus has signed with this main world power firm and we’re happy to be concerned in offering renewable power from onshore wind energy in Sweden says Eolus CEO Per Witalisson.
-The settlement highlights how enticing wind energy is on the power market and as soon as once more exhibits that Eolus can tailor agreements with completely different stakeholders efficiently says Eolus COO Marcus Landelin.
For additional data contact:
Per Witalisson, CEO, +46 70-265 16 15
Johan Hammarqvist, Head of Communications, +46 720 50 59 11
Eolus Vind AB is among the main wind energy builders within the Nordics. Eolus is lively in the entire worth chain from improvement of inexperienced area tasks to development and operation of wind farms. Eolus provides enticing and aggressive investments within the Nordic and Baltic nations in addition to the USA to each native and worldwide traders. Based in 1990, Eolus has constructed 653 wind generators with a capability of almost 1 370 MW. Eolus has signed contracts for about 1 300 MW of asset administration providers of which some 905 MW is in operation.
Eolus Vind AB has about 30 000 shareholders. Eolus shares are listed at Nasdaq Stockholm.
For extra details about Eolus, please go to www.eolusvind.com
- 210113 Press release Eolus signs PPA with a major global energy company for three wind farms in Sweden