Falck Renewables’ Brattmyrliden wind farm in Sweden. Image by Falck Renewables (www.falckrenewables.com)
Italian company Falck Renewables SpA (BIT:FKR) announced on Wednesday that its 74.1-MW Brattmyrliden wind farm in Sweden reached commercial operation date (COD).
The wind farm is supported by a ten-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) with US aluminium packaging provider Ball Corporation (NYSE:BLL) for some 70% of its electricity output.
Falck Renewables expects Brattmyrliden to generate around 263.5 GWh per year.
The Brattmyrliden project installed 19 units of N133 turbines, made by Germany's Nordex SE (ETR:NDX1), near the town of Trehorningsjo, in the municipality of Ornskoldsvik. The wind farm is owned by Brattmyrliden Vind AB, a subsidiary of Falck Renewables.
Falck Renewables says it has 1,320 MW of installed power capacity across multiple renewable energy technologies in the UK, Italy, the US, Spain, France, Norway and Sweden.