Norwegian trio planning 300MW onshore wind farm

A new partnership featuring a developer, a utility and and offtaker is planning an onshore wind farm of 300MW for location northeast of Bergen.
Europe's largest onshore wind farm project, Fosen, is still endangered even though all turbines have been in operation for some time. But there is a need of more land-based wind power in Norway, according to new partnership. | Photo: Fosen Vind
Europe's largest onshore wind farm project, Fosen, is still endangered even though all turbines have been in operation for some time. But there is a need of more land-based wind power in Norway, according to new partnership. | Photo: Fosen Vind
BY MAZ PLECHINGER, TRANSLATED BY DANIEL FRANK CHRISTENSEN

An increasingly prevalent wind industry trend is that of offtakers becoming involved in projects at early stages and playing more direct roles.

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