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Ørsted to set up onshore wind project in US

The utility has taken final investment decision on onshore wind farm Sunflower Wind in Kansas.

Ørsted skal bygge ny vindmøllepark i USA. | Photo: Ørsted / PR

Ørsted’s board of directors has taken final investment decision on the 201MW Sunflower Wind project in the US state of Kansas, the company reports in a press release.

The farm will be the energy giant’s fourth investment in the Southwest Power Pool energy market, bringing Ørsted’s total capacity to 832MW, which corresponds to energy demand of 270,000 households.

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