The 2.3MW turbines, produced by German manufacturer Enercon, and designed for inland sites with low to medium wind speeds, will be delivered to the wind farm’s Skogberget.
It will be financed jointly with EUR 84.5 million from Germany’s KfW IPEX bank and Swedish bank SEB, and loan financing will be provided by both banks in equal shares.
SEB head of project, asset and export finance, Christoph Tomas, said: "Financing projects aimed at protecting the environment and climate is an integral part of both bank’s business spectrum."
KfW IPEX managing director, Markus Scheer, said his bank was supporting "a promising flagship project in the growing market for renewable energy in Sweden".
Markbygden is expected to generate 4GW by 2021 from more than 1,100 wind turbines.