Taaleri´s first wind farm in Sweden will be operational by 2020.

Once fully operational, the 23.4 MW Slageryd Wind Farm will consist of six turbines.

Slageryd Wind Farm, Sweden

Taaleri Energia's first wind farm in southern Sweden is under construction and is expected to reach full operations by year end 2019. 






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Fully operational

Slageryd in brief

Capacity 23.4 MW
Turbines 6 Nordex N131 3.9 MW turbines
Estimated production 71.3 GWh/year
Area Leased from the local land owners
Location Southern Sweden, 200 km east of Gothenburg
In operation Expected to be fully operational by the end of 2019

Taaleri Solar Wind I fund has acquired a 100 % ownership share and the project rights of the Slageryd wind project in Sweden from a consortium of local developers. Slageryd is a ready-to-build onshore wind farm in the municipality of Vetlanda in southern Sweden.

The Slageryd wind farm, with a total installed capacity of 23.4 MW, will consist of six 3.9 MW Nordex N131 turbines and will produce approximately 71 GWh of electricity per year. The project is estimated to decrease greenhouse gas emissions by 50,000 tonnes of CO2 per year.

BayWa r.e., a Munich-headquartered renewable energy company with a global footprint, will be delivering the turnkey wind farm under a fixed-price, date-certain contract. BayWa r.e. will also have a long-term day-to-day role in the operation of the wind farm post completion. The debt financing for the investment is being provided by Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB), a leading project finance provider in the Nordic region.

With construction start in November 2018, the Slageryd wind farm is scheduled for commissioning by year end 2019.

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