- FATBAR® rock anchors
- Tower adapter plates with tower connection bolts
- Drilling templates- and assembly system
- Advanced reinforcement steel technology
Eolus Vind Norge has developed the project and will be responsible for the construction of the wind park on the behalf of Eolus Vind AB, one of the leading wind power developers in the Nordics. Eolus is active in the whole value chain from development of green field projects to construction and operation of wind farms.
Øyfjellet Wind AS is owned by a long-term investment fund managed by Aquila Capital. The company’s aim in Norway is to promote growth, green industry, and green employment through long-term investment in renewable energy. The investors are largely European investors and pension funds with an environmental profile. They manage funds from public employees and other groups that want a long-term, sustainable profile for their investments.
Veidekke ASA is the general contractor for civil work and infrastructure, consisting establishment of external/internal roads, station building and service buildings, hardstands and preparation of the turbine spots. They also perform the technical installation of steel components, casting work of the rock foundations, and tensioning of FATBAR® rock anchors.
Øyfjellet Wind Park will be Norway’s largest wind power installation, supplying Norwegian industry with renewable energy.
Aluminium producer Alcoa, which is Mosjøen’s cornerstone industry, has purchased all power production from the wind park for the next 15 years. This guarantees opportunities for growth and contributes to safeguarding hundreds of Norwegian jobs.
Nordex Energy GmbH is responsible for the delivery and installation – as well as service and maintenance – of the wind turbines and is set to become a long-term member of the local business community.