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The Foreigner 140 million euro wind farm to Stavanger. Eurus Energy Group has started building a 140 million euro wind farm in Høg-Jæren Energipark, approximately 40 km south of Stavanger. The facility is expected to have a total of 59.8 MW output from its 26 wind turbines generators, producing 2.3 MW per unit. Construction and commission is expected to take place by the autumn of 2011, and the electricity generated will be sold to power off-take contractor Elektrizitäts-Gasellschaft Laufenburg (EGL) Nordic, according to a Eurus Energy Group press release.

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140 million euro wind farm to Stavanger

Published on Thursday, 2nd September, 2010 at 09:39 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.

Eurus Energy Group has started building a 140 million euro wind farm in Høg-Jæren Energipark, approximately 40 km south of Stavanger.



The facility is expected to have a total of 59.8 MW output from its 26 wind turbines generators, producing 2.3 MW per unit.

Construction and commission is expected to take place by the autumn of 2011, and the electricity generated will be sold to power off-take contractor Elektrizitäts-Gasellschaft Laufenburg (EGL) Nordic, according to a Eurus Energy Group press release.

A third of the wind farm’s costs are to be subsidized by the Norwegian government, while Eurus Energy Group will own 66 percent stake, the company’s spokesperson Mitsue Usami told Bloomberg in an interview.

Usami says the project is the company’s first in Norway, but Eurus is searching for further Norwegian sites.



Published on Thursday, 2nd September, 2010 at 09:39 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.

This post has the following tags: hoeg-jaeren, energipark, eurus, energy, group, wind, power, electricity, stavanger, elektrizitts-gasellschaft, laufenburg, nordic.





  
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