Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has secured an order to provide the Stavro mission, its largest ever onshore wind order in Sweden. The 62 generators with a four.1 MW score constructed by SGRE will energy Google’s information heart with clear vitality, in addition to Holmen’s native paper and board enterprise. Stavro is positioned within the northern a part of Sweden, northwest of Umea, and divided into two sub-sites: Blodrotberget, with 40 generators, and Blackfjallet, with 22 generators, for a complete put in capability of 254 MW. Commissioning of the wind farm is scheduled for the tip of 2021 and the mission will probably be lined by a 30-year service settlement additionally delivered by SGRE. The grid connection, comprised of engineering, civil works, set up and commissioning of the 2 150/33 kV sub-sites, will probably be supplied by Siemens Gas and Power. The mission is realized by German Asset Manager Prime Capital AG on behalf of a world consortium comprising Korean institutional buyers, German Pension Fund Nordrheinische Arztversorgung and Siemens Financial Services, whose monetary experience and confirmed wind funding expertise was key to efficiently making Stavro a actuality. “The Scandinavian market continues to indicate its nice potential for wind energy and rising demand for renewable vitality because it strives to achieve local weather neutrality by 2050. The mission will facilitate Holmen’s transition to 100% renewables consumed in its enterprise and meet a part of the fast-growing demand for electrical energy of Google’s European datacenters,” mentioned Alfonso Faubel, Siemens Gamesa’s Onshore Business Unit CEO. The mission is the second giant scale transaction of this sort that Prime Capital has commercialized and constructed within the final two years and is consultant of a method it’ll launch in a fund format within the first half of 2020, enabling entry to a broader vary of institutional buyers.
(Source: Siemens Gamesa – Image: wind farm in Sweden)
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