Nygårdsfjellet wind farm

Nygårdsfjellet wind farm in northern Norway was completed in two instalments: in 2006 and 2011. With a capacity of 32 MW, Nygårdsfjellet produces renewable energy corresponding to the electricity lighting up a town of around 30,000 households a year.

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Narvik, Norway

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Energy production

32 MW

Nygårdsfjellet wind farm is located in Narvik municipality, in northern Norway. The 14 wind turbines are spread around one of the reservoirs of Nygård power plant, Skitdalsvatn.

The wind farm is jointly owned by Energy Infrastructure Partners (EIP) and Fortum, and Fortum operates the wind farm. The local utility company Nordkraft is responsible for the daily operation of the wind farm on behalf of Fortum and is responsible for all local operational tasks that are not related to the actual wind turbines, for example maintenance of roads and grid connections.

Local suppliers of snow removal, road maintenance and other services related to the operation of service buildings have an ongoing dialogue with Nordkraft.

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