VindIn receives building permits for wind farm in Ostrobothnia

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The wind power company VindIn has now received a building permit for five wind turbines in Svalskulla.
The project is VindIns first in Ostrobothnia that reaches the building permit status.

During the autumn, procurement of turbines will begin and in the spring, construction of roads and foundations is planned. In the autumn of 2014, it is expected that the wind turbines will be able to be erected and put into full operation. With the accumulated experience from Svalskulla, VindIn intends to proceed with investigations and development of other wind power projects in Närpes. All project areas are judged to have good wind resources and are located far from residential buildings. At present, active forestry is conducted there.

Questions answered by: Christina Hillforth (Project Director):
Email christina.hillforth@vindin.se Tel: +46 709 577 537

Johan Berggren (Project Manager, Ostrobothnia):
E-mail: johan.berggren@vindin.se Tel: +46 73 500 71 36


VindIn AB

VindIn AB is an expansive wind power company, founded in 2006. The energy-intensive owners of VindIn are: AGA, AkzoNobel, Billerud Korsnäs, Holmen, Stora Enso, Boliden, Cementa, Preem and LKAB. In the Nordpool area, the Company identifies suitable locations for wind power. VindIn develops, builds and operates the wind farms to supply electricity to the owner companies. The ambition is to produce one terawatt hour (TWh) of wind power before the end of 2015.

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

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