Suvic Oy has started the construction of the foundations for the Isokangas and Palokangas wind farms
5 foundations will be built for the Isokangas wind farm and 12 foundations will be built for the Palokangas wind farm, of which 16 foundations will be implemented as rock anchor foundations and one as a gravity foundation. Blasting work for the rock anchor foundations has started in week 13. The foundation work will be completed during the fall of 2023, and Nordex’s power plant installation will begin in early 2024.
The client of the project is Exilion Tuuli, which invests in renewable energy and is owned by Elo, the State Pension Fund and Veritas. A total of 17 wind turbines with a combined power of 100 MW will be built in the Isokangas and Palokangas wind farms.
The power plants supplied by Nordex have an output of 5.9 MW and a total height of approximately 240 meters. The estimated annual production of the wind farm complex will be around 320,000 MWh.
“We are really pleased to be able to implement a project together with Exelion Tuuli Ky. I am happy with how the project has started,” says Suvic’s construction manager Sami Sainio.
Suvic – Developing energy for the future
Suvic Oy, established in 2017, is a development company specializing in the construction of energy solutions, in particular wind farm projects and project management. Suvic also offers contracting work for the energy and industrial construction sector. Suvic brings new, innovative practices to the field of energy construction through design, development, and project management. The company’s current projects include Fortum Pjelax-Böle-Kristinestad Norr wind farm (Närpiö, Kristiinankaupunki) and Valrea Kalistanneva wind farm (Kurikka), Matkussaari wind farm (Kurikka), Exilion Tuuli Isokangas-Palokangas wind farms (Ii) and CPC Finland Lakari PV solar plant (Lakari).