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We are extending the sustainability chain from the heart of Europe to the Nordics and the Baltics, combining our pan-European experience with local expertise. Our teams based in the region understand the local markets, speak the local language and deliver local service while drawing on Alpiq’s wide-ranging know-how.
Like all the experts at Alpiq, our teams in the Nordics and Baltics are all about solving problems. We dig deeper to devise the most efficient and profitable solution for each unique situation. This personal, pragmatic, can-do approach helps each of our customers achieve their specific sustainability goals and financial targets.
Long-term contracts are our priority, so when you work with Alpiq, you get a partner that is solidly committed to you. A partner with the expertise and staying power to handle all the details while remaining focused on the big picture. Learn more about how our hands-on, solution-oriented approach to service delivery can help you overcome your challenges and meet your goals.
Power plant management as well as trading and origination.
Supply: Whether it is gas or electricity, Alpiq's supply contracts are always straightforward and tailored to your needs. You benefit from reliability and attractive prices.
Balancing: Alpiq is the European expert on balancing energy supply and demand. With our customised solutions, you can minimise your risk while increasing your flexibility. Ask us about energy management to optimise your portfolio and profitability.
Power purchase agreements: A PPA with Alpiq helps making electricity prices stable and calculable and reduces risk. Talk to us about how a PPA can help you manage renewable energy and gain financial security.
When you partner with us, your project benefits from the input of highly qualified energy experts with extensive local knowledge – laser-focused on creating sustainable solutions. Contact us – let’s talk about your energy needs.
On the west coast of Sweden, the new Tormoseröd wind farm is in a crucial construction phase: after the foundations had been ready for some time, the actual assembly of the total of eleven wind turbines has now begun. The team from turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa started the so-called turbine phase in March and has meanwhile assembled the first elements of the tower for four wind turbines. This means that the commercial commissioning of the new wind farm in the third quarter of 2023 is becoming more and more concrete.
The Tormoseröd wind farm, located between Strömstad and Tanum, is a joint project between Alpiq and the Swiss company FuGen (Future Generation Renewable Energy). The expected annual electricity production of the eleven wind turbines with a total capacity of 72.6 megawatts (MW) is around 220 gigawatt hours (GWh).
With regard towards the expansion of its climate-friendly power production, for Alpiq in addition to investments in the expansion of hydropower and solar energy, wind energy is also an important pillar. Alongside the new Tormoseröd wind farm and the pending projects in Switzerland (Bel Coster, EolJorat Nord, Tous-Vents), Alpiq is currently examining repowering its wind farms in Italy and France for the next few years as they reach the end of their technical service life. Alpiq is also actively involved in the development of new wind projects in Spain and is also examining corresponding opportunities in France and the Nordic countries.