The Kinnula Hautakangas, Kyyjärvi Hallakangas and Saarijärvi Haapalamminkangas wind farm projects began in June and infrastructure work is underway. Keski-Suomen Betonirakenne Oy (KSBR) will implement them for the wind power company Winda Energy as a project entity.
“The wind farms are located close to each other in the area of three different municipalities consisting of a total of 21 wind turbines. The project entity fits well in our portfolio, as KSBR has extensive experience in the implementation of turnkey BoP deliveries”, says Teemu Kemppe, KSBR’s project manager.
Kemppe is also pleased that KSBR will be able to execute the projects in its home region in Central Finland. Works in the areas have begun and will be completed during 2022.
“It’s great to get to work with an important international new partner, Winda Energy. Negotiations with Winda’s professional team went smoothly, and it is now good to continue”, Kemppe says.
KSBR will carry out the construction of earthworks, turbine foundations, cabling works and substations for all three wind farms as well as their design as a turnkey delivery. The total power of the wind turbines in these projects is approximately 120 MW.
Robert Doucha, Chairman of the Board of Winda Energy Oy, commented that KSBR has offered the best conditions and has been selected in a transparent tender process in early 2021. So far Winda Energy is very happy for this choice and for the ongoing cooperation.
In recent years, KSBR has established a strong profile both as Finland’s leading total supplier of wind power BoP works and as an industrial and car parking facilities builder. The company is currently building eleven wind farms across the country.