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Swedish company OX2 has submitted a permit application to build a 1.8 GW offshore wind farm in the Swedish Special Economic Zone off Skåne in southern Sweden.
“The total installed capacity is about 1,800 MW and the annual production is about 7.5 TWh, which is equivalent to the power production of one reactor or the power consumption of 1.5 million households,” said OX2.
The wind farm, named Triton, is located about 30 kilometers south of Isterd and consists of up to 129 turbines with a maximum height of 370 meters, OX2 said.
The project could feature some of the most powerful wind turbines, as it would require 129 turbines with a capacity of 13.95 MW to reach the planned capacity of the 1800 MW wind farm. Means there is.
“We are very pleased to be able to take the next step in the development of Triton. The wind farm will be built with a proven technology, a fixed bottom structure, which will shorten the construction period. When completed, it will be completed. The wind farm will be completed. OX2 Country Manager Hillevi Priscar says the farm will supply additional power in southern Sweden and help Sweden achieve its ambitious climate goals.
OX2 has previously applied for a permit under the laws of Natura 2000 and the Swedish Exclusive Economic Zone. In the case of Galatea-Galene, an offshore wind farm on the west coast of Sweden.
https://www.oedigital.com/news/494509-ox2-applies-for-permit-to-build-1-8gw-triton-offshore-wind-farm-in-sweden OX2 applies for construction permit of 1.8GW Triton