Suvic has continued the construction of the Lappfjärd wind farm for Prime Capital with CPC Finland. The extension of Lappfjärd will be built in the same area where 31 foundations and an internal grid were built by Suvic and commissioned in early 2023. In the extension part foundations and an internal power grid will be built for eight wind turbines. The land area consists of bed rock and enables all new turbine sites to be constructed as rock anchor foundations.
The importance of careful design is emphasized in this project, especially in terms of cabling, as there is an existing ground cable network in the area. In the planning and implementation of the cabling, protective distances and crossings must be taken into account, so that the cables work optimally for both parks.
"We have already started casting the foundations and the cabling work should start in the next few days. The project started swiftly and is progressing well. It's great to be able to continue working on the extension part", says Olli Varis, the responsible foreman for Suvic's construction work.
The production capacity of the extension part is 58 MW, which increases the total capacity of the wind farm to 250 MW.