Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy starts the building of the Annankangas wind farm in Raahe
Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy builds a wind farm of ten wind turbines at Annankangas in Raahe. The construction shall begin in this autumn, with the aim of commencing the energy production in autumn 2017. The project is developed in cooperation with Metsähallitus.
The overall height of the around 3.5 MW wind turbines is 210 meters. The contract negotiations on turbines, main contracting and delivery of electric stations are on the final straight.
‘This is already our third wind farm in Raahe. After completion of Annankangas and the Tahkoluoto offshore wind farm, our production capacity increases to nearly 150 MW,’ says Toni Sulameri, Managing Director for Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy.
‘The recently completed Nikkarinkaarto wind farm in Raahe was constructed within a year, according to schedule and budget,’ says Harri Suutari, Project Manager for Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy, responsible for the Annankangas wind farm project.
The annual electricity production of Annankangas is about 120,000 MWh, corresponding to an annual electricity requirement of about 6,500 detached houses. The wind farm is located in the southern part of the city of Raahe, about 25 km from the centre.
Suomen Hyötytuuli’s wind farm at Kuljunniemi in Raahe has generated energy since 2004. The Nikkarinkaarto wind farm in Raahe was completed in summer 2016.
Toni Sulameri, Managing Director, Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy, +358 50 524 9609, toni.sulameri(at)hyotytuuli.fi
Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy produces and develops Finnish wind energy, having wind farms in Pori and Raahe and an offshore wind farm under construction in Pori. Suomen Hyötytuuli is owned by Helen Oy (Helsinki Energy), Jyväskylä Energy, Lahti Energy, Lappeenrannan Energia, Pori Energy, Tampereen Sähkölaitos, Turku Energia and Vantaa Energy.