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Norwegian company wants to build wind farm without subsidies

Friday, 17 February 2017

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The Norwegian-Swedish El-Cert system is subsidizing the Norwegian wind power. But Norwegian company Grenselandet AS believes in building without governmental help; planning to build two wind projects, producing 3.6 TWh per year.

The base for this projection is cheaper turbines and extremely strong winds in Finnmark, close to the Finish border. Grenselandet AS are expecting to cooperate with a big, financial player to finance the two projects, Davvi and Borealis. Project manager Harald Dirdal says two factors are determining if the project is viable; low turbulence and high middle winds, and believes they have found such places where these factors are met. 

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