Eurowind scores PPA for 39.6-MW repowering wind project in Denmark

Wind farm with Vestas turbines. Image credit: Jeppe Bøje Nielsen (handout)

September 15 (Renewables Now) - Denmark-based dairy cooperative Arla has signed a ten-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with renewables developer Eurowind Energy A/S to off-take electricity from a repowered 39.6-MW wind farm in Denmark.

According to today’s announcement, Eurowind Energy will remove the existing turbines from the Norre Okse So wind farm located near the Danish town of Brovst and replace them with 11 pieces of the Vestas V126 3.6-MW machines. The new Norre Okse So will generate around 137 GWh per year, which Arla will off-take as part of its commitment to cut CO2 emissions, the companies said.

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The wind farm is expected to be up and running in November 2024. Arla’s PPA will come into force no later than January 1, 2025.

Thanks to the agreement, Norre Okse So will Eurowind Energy’s first unsubsidised wind farm, the parties added.

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