Veidekke awarded contract for Lista Wind Power Plant
The wind power plant will consist of thirty-one  turbine locations and have an installed capacity of 102 MW.
Lista Wind Power Plant AS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fred. Olsen Renewables, has awarded Veidekke Entreprenør AS the contract for the construction of the Lista Wind Power Plant in the Municipality of Farsund. The contract sum is NOK 208 million excluding VAT.
Veidekke has signed an EPC Contract and is responsible for completing the design, construction, installation and commissioning of the wind farm infrastructure. This includes the construction of roads, turbine foundations, cable trenches and additional buildings. Siemens AS is the project's electro supplier and is responsible for the installation of the plant's electronic infrastructure and coupling the turbines to the local electric grid.
The wind power plant will consist of thirty-one  turbine locations and have an installed capacity of 102 MW. It will produce 280 GWh electricity per annum; the equivalent of the annual electricity consumption of approximately 15.000 households. Veidekke will provide the plant's infrastructure, building twenty-two  kilometres of roads in order to reach each turbine.
The project will commence in May 2011 and its date of completion is in the first quarter of 2013.