Falck Renewables has that it has connected its 74.1 MW Brattmyrliden wind farm in Sweden to the grid. The project is located in the Ornskoldsvik municipality and is set to generate 263.5 GWh annually which will power about 52,700 homes in the country.  The project is owned by Falck Renewables’ subsidiary Brattmyrliden Vind AB and consists of 19 N133 wind turbines supplied by Nordex SE. The turbines are currently in the final testing phase before it reaches full commercial operations by the end of June 2021.

The wind farm is signed to a 10-year virtual power purchase agreement for 70 per cent of its output with US aluminium packaging provider Ball Corporation in July 2020.

Earlier this month, Falck Renewables announced the signing of a long-term power purchase agreement with Illumia Trend, a trading company of the Italian energy and gas supplier, Tremagi Group. The solar plant will generate up to 20 GWh per year of electricity, which equates to the amount of energy necessary to supply around 7400 homes.

Falck Renewables is a global player in the field of renewable energy that develops, designs, builds and manages renewable energy projects. The company has more than 1 GW of installed renewable power capacity in the UK, Italy, the US, Spain, France, Norway, and Sweden. Further, it manages about 3 GW of renewable projects across the globe.