Storhöjden wind farm in Kramfors, Sweden
The park of 22 wind turbines in Kramfors municipality is part of the High Coast project. The BoP is being made with Adalen and HC Wind – SPVs launched by Renewable Power Capital Ltd. (RPC). The work will be carried out by Suvic AB, a wholly owned Swedish subsidiary of Suvic Oy. The wind farm is expected to be completed and ready to use by the end of 2025.
Heinineva solar farm Lapua
The 102.2 MWp solar farm will be built on a former peat production area of Heinineva in Lapua and will cover a total area of 140 hectares. The contract includes supplying and installation of panels, panel supports, converter stations and inverters. The scope of the contract can be illustrated by the fact that more than 140 000 solar panels will be installed in the park. The subscriber is EPV Aurinkovoima Oy, a wholly owned subsidiary of EPV Energia.
Suvic will start construction work of the park in May 2024 and the estimated completion date is the end of 2025, with the park aiming to go into production in early 2026.
Kirkkonummi data center waste heat power plant
The Working Association Tricon-Suvic is the main contractor of the project and is responsible for construction of the buildings, heat-sink-battery foundations and constructing the pumping station. The principal of the work is Fortum Power and Heat Oy and the waste-heat-to-energy power plant will provide energy to Fortum’s district heating system in Kirkkonummi. The work will commence in autumn 2023 and will continue until the end of 2025.
Sandbacka wind farm Uusikaarlepyy & Vörå
The project involves constructing infrastructure for 14 wind turbines, including the construction of the foundations and the internal grid. Sandbacka wind farm covers an area of approximately 680 hectares. The infrastructure work will be carried out using Suvic’s own land construction equipment.
Viiatti wind farms
Suvic works as the main contractor in the Kalistanneva and Matkussaari wind farms in Kurikka. The projects are separate entities, of which the Kalistanneva wind farm includes 30 power plants and the Matkussaari wind farm 27 power plants. The contracts also include the construction and renovation of hardstands and roads, the entire substation and the cabling of the internal grid. The combined power of the wind farms is 313.5 MW.
Lakari PV solar plant
Suvic is building a 32 MW solar power plant in Lakari, Rauma with the Solar+ concept, the production of which is estimated to be 32,000 MWh per year. The surface area is about 40 hectares and it is estimated to be in production at the beginning of 2024.
Strengthening the foundations of a wind farm in Norway
In the summer of 2023, Suvic carried out a project in the rugged landscape of northern Norway. The aim was to make the WTG foundations in the client's wind farm last for the entire planned service lifetime of the park. The work in the wind farm involved diamond drilling to create holes 9–12 meters deep for a total of 26 anchors. As these were existing foundations, the holes were drilled between the existing rock anchors into the steel plate, the foundation, and the bedrock. New rock anchors were then installed in these new holes and tensioned. Due to space constraints, conventional drilling equipment could not be used on-site, and a new apparatus utilizing the latest drilling technology was modified for the job.
Lappfjärd wind farm exansion Kristinestad
Suvic will build the foundations and the internal grid for the expansion of the Lappfjärd wind farm. The production capacity of the expansion part is 58 MW, which increases the total capacity of the wind farm to 250 MW. The rocky soil of the area enables the construction of all the foundations of the extension part as rock anchor foundations.
Isokangas - Palokangas wind farms
Suvic will carry out the foundation contract for Isokangas-Palokangas wind farms in Ii. The project includes 17 foundations, of which 16 are implemented as rock anchor foundations and 1 as a gravity foundation. The estimated annual production of the wind farm complex will be around 320,000 MWh.
Asterholma WTG foundations
The site is located in Torsholm, in the municipality of Brändö, in the beautiful archipelago of Åland. The work involved the construction of the foundations for one 2.8 MW wind turbine. The works started in June 2023 and the site was handed over to the client in early August.
Due to the location and terrain of the site, the foundations were built on a rock anchor foundation of 40 rock anchors. This allowed the amount of concrete needed for the foundations to be optimised.
Pjelax-Böle-Kristinestad Norr wind farms
Suvic worked as the main contractor in the Pjelax-Böle and Kristinestad Norr wind farms. The contract includes the repair works and construction of roads, the construction of hardstands and 56 foundations. Suvic also includes underground cabling work for the internal grid and transmission line, as well as civil and casting works for the substation. The total power of the park is 380 MW and the annual yield has been calculated to be around 1.1 TWh.
Sarvisuo wind farm Simo
Suvic was responsible for the design and construction of the foundations of Finland's second-highest wind farm. The wind park was located in Simo's Sarvisuo area in southwestern Lapland. A total of 27 wind turbines were built in the wind park. For Suvic, work began in May 2020 and was completed by the end of 2020.
Lappfjärd wind farm Kristinestad
Suvic built the foundations and the internal grid. A total of 31 foundations were built in the area, of which up to 29 were done as rock anchor foundations.
Merkkikallio wind farm Vaasa
Suvic was in charge of the infrastructure construction of the wind farm, including roads, cabling, and foundations. There are 15 power plants in the area, with a nominal power of 5.5 MW for each power plant, and the wingtip runs at a maximum of 240 meters.
Puutikangas wind farm Sievi
Suvic was responsible for the construction of the project's infrastructure, which included the wind farm road, hardstands, foundations, and cabling. Suvic was also responsible for the design of these units. The 8 wind turbines have a total height of 240 m and a total capacity of 44 MW.
Torvenkylä wind farm Kalajoki
For Suvic, the 7 turbine project included the entire infrastructure construction. Unlike in common foundations, over 8-meter concrete elevations were built on top of the foundations to improve the wind farm's electricity production.
Metsälamminkangas wind farm Vaala
Suvic was in charge of the earthworks, foundations, and internal cabling of the wind farm located in Vaala, Northern Ostrobothnia. The wind farm was the third largest in Finland, and it consisted of 24 wind turbines. Suvic started working in Vaala in April 2020, and its part in the project was largely finished during spring 2021.
"Suvic is working with us in building a wind farm that consists of two sites, one in Långmossa and the other in Ribäcken. Suvic’s part of the project includes infrastructure for the wind farm, which will have 12 turbines and a total power of 52.5 MW”
Suvic is in charge of the entire wind farm’s infrastructure on a turnkey basis, including earthmoving, foundations, the electrical grid, telecommunications network and the substation. It is a large undertaking. We are satisfied with the cooperation model and trust in Suvic’s expertise to get the job done as agreed
Fortum Power and Heat Oy
Our new bio heat plant in Kivenlahti will be completed by 2020, and it will replace the old coal boiler at Suomenoja. Building the plant is a significant step towards Espoo’s carbon-neutral district heat production. The new heat plant is located in the current plant area in Kivenlahti, which already produces district heat with two wood pellet boilers”
Suvic is operating with the project management contract model for the project. Together, we are developing a concept from the plant that we could use at other sites as well”