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Swedish firm to lay groundwork for wind farm

1032727_windmill_-_windfarm_2Swedish firm Peab has been commissioned to do the land and concrete work for the Vindkraftpark Stor-Rotliden wind power plant in Fredrika, Åsele. The order from Vattenfall is valued at over SEK 100 million.

The contract comprises 40 wind generator foundations, crane parking spaces, roads and cable work. The work will commence at once and is expected to be completed in October 2010. Once the wind power facility is up and running, it is expected to provide enough energy to power around 50,000 homes

Peab is a Nordic construction and civil engineering company with net sales exceeding SEK 35 billion and approximately 13,000 employees. The group’s subsidiaries have offices in Sweden, Norway and Finland.

Swedish firm to lay groundwork for wind farm – The Global View

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