Finnish green energy services provider Enersense International Oyj (HEL:ESENSE) has sold its minority stake in the 38.5-MW Soidinmaki wind farm in central Finland that it built for local company Tuulivoimayhtio Pohjoistuuli Oy.
The facility, which was launched into operation last year, is located in Saarijarvi. It has seven GE turbines and an annual output of 126 GWh.
Enersense secured the contract to build the plant in July 2021. It was also in charge of the construction of the wind farm’s roads and platforms, foundations, internal network as well as a substation as a turnkey delivery.
Following the stake sale, the company will remain involved under a multi-year operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement.
Tuulivoimayhtio Pohjoistuuli develops and finances wind power plants. The company was launched in 2012.