Pohjolan Voima, one of Finland's biggest renewable energy companies, is going ahead with construction of the EUR 50 million 30-33 MW Kemi Ajos wind project in partnership with PVO-Innopower OY and Etelä-Pohjanmaan Voim. The wind project, Finland's largest to date, is being carried out in three stages in the port area of Kemi in the north-west of the country. The 15 MW first phase is to be commissioned in January, with the rest completed by 2010. Finland's WinWind is supplying five 3 MW turbines for the first phase. Under phase two, 6 MW will be installed just offshore while 9-12 MW in phase three will be installed completely offshore.
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