Smøla Wind Farm

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Smøla Wind Farm
Country Norway
Location Smøla Municipality
Coordinates 63°24.42′N 7°55.44′E / 63.40700°N 7.92400°E / 63.40700; 7.92400Coordinates: 63°24.42′N 7°55.44′E / 63.40700°N 7.92400°E / 63.40700; 7.92400
Commission date 5 September 2002
Owner(s) Statkraft
Power generation
Units operational 68
Nameplate capacity 150 MW

Smøla Wind Farm is a 68 turbine wind farm located in Smøla Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway and operated by Statkraft. The farm is located southeast of the village of Dyrnes on the island of Smøla. The farm covers an area of 18 square kilometres (6.9 sq mi).

Total installed effect is 20 x 2.0 MW (phase one) plus 48 x 2.3 MW (phase two). The maximum production capacity is 150 MW and total generating capacity is in average 450 GWh per year, making Smøla the largest wind farm in the country and the largest onshore wind farm in Europe.[1]

The first stage was opened by King Harald V of Norway on 5 September 2002. Phase two opened in September 2005.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Statkraft. "Smøla vindpark" (in Norwegian). Archived from the original on 2007-11-06. Retrieved 2007-11-07. 

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