Wind Power – Our wind farms

Fortum is producing and constructing wind power in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. In addition, we are developing more wind power in the Nordics: the capacity in our development portfolio is currently ~800 MW.

Norway

We operate three wind farms in Northern Norway.

Nygårdsfjellet

Nygårdsfjellet is currently the oldest wind farm in our portfolio.

Capacity (MW): 32
Commercial operation: 2006

Ånstadblåheia

With Ånstadblåheia, Fortum was in charge of the development and construction of the wind power park. We operate the wind farm and work in close cooperation with our neighbours in the area.

Capacity (MW): 50
Commercial operation: 2018

Sørfjord

Sørfjord is the second wind farm in Norway, where Fortum took care of all the steps from development to construction. This remote wind farm is a logistical miracle with its access on serpentine roads.

Capacity (MW): 97
Commercial operation: 2020

Sweden

In Sweden, we have a history of owning multiple wind farms. Currently, we operate the Solberg wind farm and are planning on developing more wind power.

Solberg

Solberg is one of the arctic wind farms that is one of the examples of wind power production in wintery conditions.

Capacity (MW): 75
Commercial operation: 2017

Finland

Finland has excellent conditions for onshore wind power. The production is profitable in the without any state subsidies. Therefore Fortum has multiple development projects for new wind power in West Coast Finland.

Kalax

Kalax is Fortum's first large scale wind farm in Finland.

Capacity (MW): 90
Commercial operation: 2020

Russia

Ulyanovsk

Capacity (MW): 35
Commercial operation: 2017

Ulyanovsk 2

Capacity (MW): 50
Commercial operation: 2019

Rostov 1-3

Capacity (MW): 350
Commercial operation: 2020

Kalmykia

Capacity (MW): 350
Commercial operation: 2020

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