Norway’s Hydro plans wind farm to power industrial plants
Date posted: 23.12.2022
Category: Business News
OSLO, Dec 19 (Reuters) – Norwegian aluminium maker Norsk Hydro (NHY.OL) and two partners said on Monday they plan to build an onshore wind farm costing between 3 and 4 billion Norwegian crowns ($304 million-$405 million) on Norway’s west coast.
The plant, if approved, would have output of 1 terrawatt hour (TWh) of electricity, providing renewable power to existing and future industry in the Hoeyanger and Sunnfjord region from 50 wind turbines.
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