Swedish developer Vattenfall has taken an investment decision to start building a 67MW onshore wind farm in Velinga, outside Tidaholm, in the south of the country.
Construction will start before year end and the site will be ready for commission in early 2026.
The 12-turbine project will have an annual production of approximately 173GWh.
“We are proud and happy to be able to start the construction of another wind farm in southern Sweden,” said head of onshore wind development Sweden at Vattenfall Daniel Gustafsson.
“We would like to thank landowners, municipalities, suppliers and other partners for good cooperation,” he added.
Earlier this year, Vattenfall inaugurated the Grönhult scheme (pictured) and also started the construction of the Bruzaholm project, as well as two battery storage systems at Höge väg and Hjuleberg wind farms.