Wind power in Estonia

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Pakri wind farm near Paldiski generating 18.4 MW.[1]
Transportation of a wind turbine to Aulepa, Estonia

As 2020, Estonia has a wind power installed capacity of about 320 MW.[2]

All wind farms are on land, offshore farms are planned on Lake Peipus and in the Baltic Sea near the island of Hiiumaa.[3][4]

All together, three major offshore projects with total capacity of 1490 MW are being planned in Estonia: a 700 MW project near the island of Hiiumaa by Nelja Energia, also a 600 MW project in Gulf of Riga by Eesti Energia and a 190 MW offshore wind farm near the western coast of Estonia by Neugrund OÜ.[5]

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  1. ^ Pakri 18,4 MW Wind Farm
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Hiiumaa Wind Farm
  4. ^ Peipsile võib kerkida mitusada tuulikut. 21 October 2007. Postimees. (In Estonian)
  5. ^ "List of wind energy developments in Estonia". EWPA. Retrieved 28 April 2012.

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