The generation capacity of IKEA's planned wind park in Kemi, Finland, will equal the company's consumption in the country. Photo: Atle Staalesen

Wind power for IKEA

The furniture major invests in the building of a wind power park in northern Finland.
January 26, 2016


The park includes 13 wind generator and is built in cooperation with the company OX2, reports with reference to newspaper Norrbottens Kuriren. It will be the company’s first investments in wind power.

The generation capacity of the park totals 160 GWh per year, which equals the company’s annual power consumption in Finland.

The new park will be built near the port of Ajos in the municipality of Kemi. 


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