Finland’s Reka Cables will deliver 36 kV medium-voltage cables to ensure the energy transfer of 100 wind turbines that will comprise the Geitfjellet, Harbaksfjellet and Kvenndalsfjellet wind parks currently under construction in Central Norway.
The Finnish cables manufacturer will carry out the cabling work in collaboration with Norwegian network construction company Linka AS, it said Monday.
Once the construction is finalised in 2020, Geitfjellet, Harbaksfjellet and Kvenndalsfjellet will have a combined capacity of 420 MW. The three wind parks are a part of the six-project complex totalling 1,057 MW that is being developed by Fosen Vind DA. Of the six, only the 256-MW Roan farm is completed. Two parks, Storheia and Hitra 2, will begin operations in 2019.
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