Germany's Stadtwerke München GmbH and Norway's TrønderEnergi AS will form a joint venture to plan, construct, operate and maintain a portfolio of wind farms in Norway, according to a Jan. 10 report by renews.biz.
The deal includes jointly operating the Bessakerfjellet, Skomakerfjellet, Valsneset and Ytre Vikna wind facilities in the Trondelag region of central Norway. The projects have a total capacity of 120 MW.
The companies also agreed to build and operate another four projects with a combined capacity of 330 MW, and which are scheduled to go online in 2021: the Froya, Stokkfjellet, Sormarkfjellet and Hundhammerfjellet wind farms.
Stadtwerke Munchen will own 70% of the four operational and four planned wind projects, according to the report.