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OX2 will manage a 45 MW wind farm owned by IKEA Group in Lithuania
by Staff Writers
London, UK (SPX) May 09, 2017


OX2's management portfolio comprises agreements for a total of 700 MW of wind power in the Nordic and Baltic countries, 177 MW of which is the result of a management assignments for IKEA Group.

OX2 has established a well-functioning management organisation for the Mazeikiai wind farm. A person has been employed locally by OX2 to inspect the wind farm, to carry out agreement- and stakeholder's management. The proactive analysis of data, monitoring and reporting for the wind farm takes place from OX2's headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden.

"We are able to quickly establish ourselves in new markets thanks to qualified employees, large networks and good support systems. There is all the more reason for this assignment to be successful thanks to long-term collaborations with both IKEA Group and Nordex.

"We are extremely happy for the continued trust IKEA Group has shown in us and we look forward to creating the optimum conditions for IKEA Group to enjoy the greatest return on its investment", says Lars Bryngelsson, Managing Director for Technical and Commercial Management at OX2.

OX2's management portfolio comprises agreements for a total of 700 MW of wind power in the Nordic and Baltic countries, 177 MW of which is the result of a management assignments for IKEA Group.

OX2 is a renewable energy company with operations in wind power, solar power, bioenergy and geothermal energy. OX2 has realized a significant part of the large-scale onshore wind power projects in the Nordic region and produces biogas and green district heating in one of Sweden's largest biogas plants.

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Building Energy celebrates the beginning of operations and electricity generation of its first wind farm
Washington DC (SPX) May 10, 2017
Building Energy SpA, multinational company operating as a global integrated IPP in the Renewable Energy Industry, through its subsidiary Building Energy Wind Iowa LLC, announces the inauguration of its first wind farm in Iowa, which adds up to 30 MW of wind generation distribution capacity. The project, located north of Des Moines, in Story, Boone, Hardin and Poweshiek counties, will generate ap ... read more

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