VindIn invests in Ostrobothnia

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Press Release 2013-11-12
VindIn's owners have decided to invest in Svalskulla wind power projects.

It is the first in a series of wind power investments in the city of Närpes. In addition to Svalskulla, planned investments are distributed over six wind farms of varying sizes. Svalskulla wind farm is an investment of approximately EUR 25 million and includes five turbines with absolutely latest technology to minimize disturbances to the environment.

At the same time, VindIn is now opening an office on Närpesvägen and recruiting a person for local dialogue and administration. This is the first employment of a number of future direct and indirect permanent jobs needed in the city of Närpes, as more parks get their permits and can be realized.

Behind VindIn are some of the Nordic region's most electricity-intensive and capital-intensive industrial companies. The companies will operate the wind farms themselves for at least 20 years to increase the supply of renewable electricity in the Nordic market.

Questions answered by:
Christina Hillforth (Project Director)
Phone:+ 46 709 577 537

Johan Berggren (Project Manager, Ostrobothnia)
Phone: + 46 73 500 71 36


VindIn AB

VindIn AB is a wind power company, founded 2006. The energy-intensive owners of VindIn are: AGA, AkzoNobel, Billerud Korsnäs, Holmen, Stora Enso, Boliden, Cementa, Preem and LKAB.

Within the Nordpool area, the company identifies suitable places for wind power. VindIn develops, builds and operates the wind farms to ensure competitive electric power for the owner companies. The ambition is to produce a terawatt hour (TWh) wind power within a few years.

Wind power production started in Skutskär 2009 with 5 works. In Solberg, outside Örnsköldsvik, is another 30 work in operation since 2012. Read more about VindIns current project at

VindIn Ab / Oy is owned by VindIn AB and was founded in 2012 due to the company's expansionary development of wind power projects in Ostrobothnia, Finland.