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News Article | February 21, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

• SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. har hidtil ejet 40.125.120 aktier af nominelt DKK 10 hver (samlet nominel værdi på DKK 401.251.200) i DONG Energy svarende til 9,54 % af aktiekapitalen og 9,54 % af stemmerettighederne gennem sit helejede datterselskab SEAS-NVE Holding A/S, CVR-nr. 25 78 44 13. SEAS-NVE Holding A/S har i dag truffet beslutning om udlodning af samtlige de af SEAS-NVE Holding A/S ejede aktier i DONG Energy som ekstraordinært udbytte til SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. • Efter gennemførelse af udbytteudlodningen beskrevet ovenfor ejer SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. direkte i alt 40.125.120 aktier af nominelt DKK 10 hver (samlet nominel værdi på DKK 401.251.200) i DONG Energy svarende til 9,54 % af aktiekapitalen og 9,54 % af stemmerettighederne. • SEAS-NVE Holding A/S vil efter gennemførelse af udbytteudlodningen ikke besidde aktier i DONG Energy. SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. er et dansk andelsselskab ejet af fysiske og juridiske personer, der inden for et af SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A.’s bestyrelse til enhver tid fastlagt geografisk område aftager el og har rådighed over en installation, som er tilsluttet et elnet, som ejes af SEAS-NVE-koncernen. Indholdet af denne meddelelse ændrer ikke DONG Energy's tidligere udmeldte finansielle forventninger til regnskabsåret 2017. DONG Energy (NASDAQ OMX: DENERG) er en af Nordeuropas førende energikoncerner og har hovedsæde i Danmark. Omkring 6.200 ambitiøse medarbejdere udvikler, opfører og driver havmølleparker, producerer el og varme fra vores kraftværker samt handler og leverer energi til engros-, erhvervs- og privatkunder. Hertil kommer produktion af olie og gas, hvor der er påbegyndt en proces for at afhænde forretningsområdet. Den fortsættende del af koncernen har ca. 5.800 medarbejdere og omsatte i 2016 for 61 mia. kr. (EUR 8,2 mia.). Læs mere på www.dongenergy.com.


News Article | February 21, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

Pursuant to Section 29 of the Danish Securities Trading Act, Danish Executive Order no. 1256 of 4 November 2015 on Major Shareholders and section 55 of the Danish Companies Act, SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A., CVR no. 68 51 52 11, has notified DONG Energy A/S ('DONG Energy') of the following: • Until today, SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. has owned 40,125,120 shares of a nominal value of DKK 10 each (total nominal value of DKK 401,251,200) in DONG Energy corresponding to 9.54% of the share capital and 9.54 % of the voting rights through its wholly owned subsidiary SEAS-NVE Holding A/S, CVR no. 25 78 44 13. Today, SEAS-NVE Holding A/S has decided to distribute all shares in DONG Energy owned by SEAS-NVE Holding A/S as extraordinary dividends to SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. • After completion of the dividend distribution described above, SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. directly owns 40,125,120 shares of a nominal value of DKK 10 each (total nominal value of DKK 401,251,200) in DONG Energy corresponding to 9.54% of the share capital and 9.54 % of the voting rights. • After completion of the dividend distribution, SEAS-NVE Holding A/S no longer holds any shares in DONG Energy. SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A. is a Danish registered cooperative society with limited liability owned by natural and legal persons who, within a geographical area from time to time defined by the board of SEAS-NVE A.m.b.A., buys power and has access to an installation connected to a power grid owned by SEAS-NVE Group. The information provided in this announcement does not change DONG Energy's previous financial outlook for the 2017 financial year. DONG Energy (NASDAQ OMX: DENERG) is one of Northern Europe's leading energy groups and is headquartered in Denmark. Around 6,200 ambitious employees develop, construct and operate offshore wind farms, generate heat and power from our power stations as well as supply and trade in energy to wholesale, business and residential customers. In addition, we produce oil and gas, and a process has been initiated to divest this business unit. The continuing part of the Group has approx 5,800 employees and generated a revenue in 2016 of DKK 61 billion (EUR 8.2 billion). Read more on www.dongenergy.com.


News Article | August 25, 2016
Site: phys.org

The Stuxnet computer worm discovered in 2012 set alarm bells ringing in industry and public sector offices all over the world. This very advanced software worm had the ability to infect and disable industrial process control systems. The scary thing was that the worm had crept its way into many of the most common industrial control systems. If a state or a hacker is able to spread malignant software so widely, what can we expect next? The Internet of Things, virtually connecting everything to everyone, is rapidly proliferating to businesses, public sector offices and our homes. How can we defend ourselves against a threat when we don't know what it looks like, or where it will strike next? Researchers at SINTEF are working to find a way of counteracting such threats. They are developing methods that will enable companies and public sector agencies to manage threats and attacks, including those that no-one has thought of. "Society is under pressure from new threat and vulnerability patterns", says Tor Olav Grøtan, a Senior Research Scientist at SINTEF. "Standard approaches involving defence systems based on clear control procedures and responsibility are inadequate when the risk is moving around between a diversity of areas and sectors. There is an urgent need for innovative thought and new approaches", he says. Grøtan is heading the project "New Strains of Society", which is aiming to develop new scientific theories in the field of hidden, dynamic and, what researchers call, "emergent" vulnerabilities. SINTEF's research partners are the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI), and the University of Tulsa in the USA. Professor Sujeet Shenoi at the University of Tulsa is closely involved. He lectures his students on "ethical hacking", with the aim of raising expertise in the US public sector to the same levels as those possessed by malicious experts and hackers. For the last twenty years, Professor Shenoi has been instructing almost 400 Master's and Doctoral (PhD) students in how to hack into public and private sector networks. The students need security clearance and must undertake to work in the American public sector after they have qualified. With the consent of the owners, the students have penetrated deep into computer systems controlling payment terminals, smart electricity meters, gas pipelines, coal mines and wind farms. They have succeeded every time. "Someone or other, not necessarily us, has the ability to break into any computer system", says Shenoi. "We have to live with this and manage it, and that is why the concept of resilience (the dynamic ability to resist and adapt) is so important", he says. Professor Shenoi sees Norway as an ideal location for the development of such resilience. "Norway is one of the most digital countries in the world", he says. "With a relatively small population of 5.2 million, it can become a whole-world laboratory. This is not easy to achieve in the USA, which is too big and too diverse", he says. SINTEF and its partners are looking into three so-called 'threat landscapes': oil industry activity in the high north, a global pandemic, and ICT systems embedded in critical infrastructure in the oil and electrical power sectors. A workshop was held recently with the aim of addressing vulnerabilities in the energy sector. It was attended by representatives from the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security, the Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM), the Norwegian Communications Authority (NKOM), the US National Security Agency (NSA), the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE), the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority, research scientists, consultants and businesses. "We were there to test a new method of exposing unknown threats and vulnerabilities, and to prepare a stress test", says Grøtan. "People from the oil and electrical power sectors, who aren't normally thinking on the same wavelength, had the chance to work and reflect on issues together. We will apply this experience as the project progresses as part of our work to develop a stress test method designed to investigate how well an organisation is equipped to handle an unexpected situation", he says. And the need is urgent. In 2014 Statnett and hundreds of other Norwegian energy sector companies were subject to a large-scale hacker attack. They are not alone. All sectors of society are under attack and the number of attacks increases every year. For example, Statoil intercepts 10 million spam e-mails every month. Opening an e-mail attachment is a very common way of allowing malignant software to enter a company's computer systems. Another is when careless employees give system access to subcontractors and other external parties. Explore further: Iran says Duqu malware under 'control'


News Article | December 16, 2015
Site: phys.org

Someone hacks into the network companies that provide electric power, shutting down their systems. This will knock out the electricity in the entire region supplied by the network company, such as Lyse Elnett in Rogaland, Agder Energi Nett in the Agder counties, or Hafslund Nett, which supplies electricity to 1.5 million people in the Oslo area. A simultaneous attack on several network companies could affect large parts of the country. Trains would stop, planes would not be able to land, there would be no electricity, the water supply would stop and the sewerage system would break down. Hospitals have emergency generators and would manage for a while, but over a longer period of time, this would be critical for life and health. Add a cold winter, and it would not take much imagination to visualise the effects of such an attack. "This is the worst that could happen—a worst case scenario. The consequences for society would be huge", says Ruth Østgaard Skotnes. She is a researcher at the International Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS) and Centre for Risk Management and Societal Safety (SEROS) at the University of Stavanger. She has recently completed a PhD in safety and security management of electric power supply networks. You may think that this sounds like a scene from an unrealistic disaster movie. "That's not the case", says Skotnes. "We must prepare ourselves for the improbable, and the threat to Norwegian energy providers is very much a reality." This is according to reports from, among others, the Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM), the Norwegian Police Security Service (PST), and the Norwegian Government's Cyber Security Strategy for Norway from 2012. "Everything indicates that we now must expect sophisticated attacks aimed at critical societal information, including information and communication technology (ICT) systems that operate industrial processes and critical infrastructure", says Skotnes. Over the past decades, modern ICT has been introduced for operation of the various parts of the electric power supply. Previously operated manually, electric power plants now control and monitor production and distribution systems from a few control centers. Process control systems were traditionally closed systems, however increased connectivity via standard ICT technologies has made these formerly isolated ICT systems vulnerable to a set of threats and risks they have not been exposed to before. Skotnes was therefore surprised to discover that the network companies themselves perceived this risk as relatively low, despite the fact that many of the companies had experienced attempts to hack into their process control systems. Some even reported about daily attacks from the outside. "Many network companies put too much trust in their own systems, and take it for granted that attacks will not be successful. This contrasts strongly with what research and reports from the authorities tell us", says Skotnes. Another reason may be that the network companies find it difficult to prepare for something that might happen, but hasn't happened yet. Up until now, Norway has been spared harmful cyber attacks on critical infrastructures. However, worldwide there have been several incidents of cyber attacks during the last few years. The best known of these, Stuxnet, was discovered in 2010. This was the first known computer worm that could spy on and reprogramme industrial control systems. Among other things, Stuxnet was supposed to have been used against and damaged the Iranian nuclear programme. The attacks on the twin towers in New York, the bombing of the Government Quarter in Oslo and the subsequent attack in Utøya on 22 July 2011 have taught us that the unthinkable can happen. "We need to be better prepared for attacks against critical infrastructure than we currently are in Norway", says Skotnes. So, how can the network companies protect themselves against cyber attacks? System updates and antivirus software are important measures, but vigilant employees and management commitment are just as important, according to Skotnes. Last year, around 50 companies in the oil and energy sector were exposed to the biggest cyber attack in Norway's history. In Statnett, the transmission system operator in Norway, the attempt was discovered by a vigilant employee, which meant that the company was able to prevent malicious software from being installed or run on computers within the company. "My study showed a strong relationship between management commitment to ICT safety and security, and the implementation of awareness creation and training measures for ICT safety and security in the network companies. I was told that it was difficult to implement measures if the management was not committed to the issue", says Skotnes. Involving the employees in the development of ICT safety and security measures can be a useful way to raise awareness in the network companies. This can make it easier for the employees to realize the benefits of these safety and security measures, and not consider practicality and efficiency as far more important for their work. Her thesis shows that there exists at least two different subcultures in today's network companies, depending on whether the people operating the process control systems have an education in ICT or a background from the electricity industry. The latter group generally focus on keeping the systems running without interruption. Downtime is not acceptable, and the most important thing for this group is constant supply of electricity. "Supply reliability is important, but this way of thinking has to change so that everyone understands how crucial ICT safety and security is", says Skotnes. Power production in Norway is more difficult to affect. Ruth Østgaard Skotnes chose to concentrate on power distribution because this is considered to be most critical for societal safety. She collected data for her thesis through a survey questionnaire that she sent to all the 137 network companies operating in Norway in 2012. Skotnes also interviewed representatives from the contingency planning department in the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE) who are responsible for safety, security, contingency planning and supervision in the Norwegian electric power supply sector. By 2019, smart meters (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) will be installed in all Norwegian households. Smart meters will provide increased capacity, reliability and efficiency of electric power supply, but will also increase the vulnerability to cyber attacks. "Society's vulnerability will increase because the number of possible entry points and paths for attacks are continually increasing. This is why we as a society need to take such threats seriously", says Skotnes. More information: Ruth Østgaard Skotnes: Challenges for safety and security management of network companies due to increased use of ICT in the electric power supply sector. Doctoral thesis, the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Stavanger, 2015


News Article | December 20, 2016
Site: globenewswire.com

Dublin, Dec. 20, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Spintronics Market Analysis & Trends - Device Type, Application - Forecast to 2025" report to their offering. This industry report analyzes the global markets for Spintronics across all the given segments on global as well as regional levels presented in the research scope. The study provides historical market data for 2013, 2014 revenue estimations are presented for 2015 and forecasts from 2016 till 2025. Based on Application the market is categorized into data storage, electric vehicles, industrial motors, Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM), magnetic sensing, magnetic tunnel transistors, semiconductor lasers, spintronic couplers, quantum computing, microwave devices, and other applications. By Device type market is segregated into semiconductor-based devices, and metal-based devices. In addition to this semiconductor-based devices are further classified into spin diodes, Spin Field Effect Transistors (FETs), spin filters, spin injectors, and others semiconductor-based devices. Moreover, metal-based devices are segregated into Giant Magneto resistance based devices (GMRs), spin-transfer torque devices, spin-wave logic devices, and Tunnel Magneto resistance based devices (TMRs). The study focuses on market trends, leading players, supply chain trends, technological innovations, key developments, and future strategies. With comprehensive market assessment across the major geographies such as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Latin America and Rest of the world the report is a valuable asset for the existing players, new entrants and the future investors. Report Highlights: - The report provides a detailed analysis on current and future market trends to identify the investment opportunities - Market forecasts till 2025, using estimated market values as the base numbers - Key market trends across the business segments, Regions and Countries - Key developments and strategies observed in the market - Market Dynamics such as Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities and other trends - In-depth company profiles of key players and upcoming prominent players - Growth prospects among the emerging nations through 2025 - Market opportunities and recommendations for new investments Key Topics Covered: 1 Market Outline 2 Executive Summary 3 Market Overview 3.1 Current Trends 3.1.1 Revolutionzing electronic industry is boasting the market 3.1.2 MRAM technology is booming the efficient and fast memory-storage devices 3.1.3 Recent Technological advancements in Spintronics 3.1.4 Growth Opportunities/Investment Opportunities 4 Spintronics Market, By Application 4.1 Data Storage 4.2 Electric Vehicles 4.3 Industrial motors 4.4 Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM) 4.5 Magnetic sensing 4.6 Magnetic tunnel transistors 4.7 Semiconductor lasers 4.8 Spintronic Couplers 4.9 Quantum Computing 4.10 Microwave Devices 4.11 Other Applications 5 Spintronics Market, By Device Type 5.1 Semiconductor-based devices 5.2 Metal-based devices 6 Softgel Capsules Market, By Geography 7 Key Player Activities 7.1 Mergers & Acquisitions 7.2 Partnerships, Joint Venture's, Collaborations and Agreements 7.3 Product Launch & Expansions 7.4 Other Activities 8 Leading Companies - Advanced MicroSensors, Corporation - Applied Spintronics Technology, Inc. - Atomistix A/S - Crocus Technology - Everspin Technologies, Inc. - Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. - IBM corporation - Intel Corporation - NVE Corporation - Organic Spintronics s.r.l. - QuantumWise A/S - Rhomap Ltd. - Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC. - Spin Transfer Technologies, Inc. - Spintronics International Pte. Ltd. For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xsn28n/spintronics


Skaugen T.,NVE | Onof C.,Imperial College London
Hydrological Processes | Year: 2014

A guiding principle in hydrological modelling should be to keep the number of calibration parameters to a minimum. A reduced number of parameters to be calibrated, while maintaining the accuracy and detail required by modern hydrological models, will reduce parameter and model structure uncertainty and improve model diagnostics. In this study, the dynamics of runoff are derived from the distribution of distances from points in the catchments to the nearest stream. This distribution is unique for each catchment and can be determined from a geographical information system. The distribution of distances, will, when a celerity of (subsurface) flow is introduced, provide a distribution of travel times, or a unit hydrograph (UH). For spatially varying levels of saturation deficit, we have different celerities and, hence, different UHs. Runoff is derived from the superposition of the different UHs. This study shows how celerities can be estimated if we assume that recession events represent the combined UHs for different levels of saturation deficit. A new soil moisture routine which estimates saturated and unsaturated volumes of subsurface water and with only one parameter to calibrate is included in the new model. The performance of the new model is compared with that of the Swedish HBV model and is found to perform equally well for eight Norwegian catchments although the number of parameters to be calibrated in the module concerning soil moisture and runoff dynamics is reduced from seven in the HBV model to one in the new model. It is also shown that the new model has a more realistic representation of the subsurface hydrology. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.


News Article | November 16, 2016
Site: globenewswire.com

Hässleholm, 2016-11-16 15:00 CET (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Eolus har erhållit slutligt tillstånd för det norska vindkraftsprojektet Öyfjellet i Nordland Fylke. Projektet är Eolus hittills största tillståndsgivna och omfattar upp till 330 MW. Norges Olje- och Energidepartement (OED) har idag beviljat slutligt tillstånd för vindkraftsprojektet Öyfjellet i Vefsn kommun, Nordland fylke. Projektet är Eolus hittills största landbaserade projekt som erhållit tillstånd och omfattar upp till 330 MW. Projektet rymmer upp till 110 vindkraftverk med en beräknad årlig produktion upp till 1,4 TWh vid fullt utbyggd park. Eolus målsättning är att projektet ska realiseras inom ramen för det svensk-norska elcertifikatsystemet. Projektet startades som ett lokalt initiativ av Øyfjellet Vindpark AS. Eolus förvärvade projektet sommaren 2012 och har utvecklat projektet sedan dess. I november 2014 beviljade NVE (Norges vassdrags- og energidirektorat) tillstånd för projekt Öyfjellet och nu har olje- och energidepartementet beviljat slutligt tillstånd, vilket är en förutsättning för en realisering. -Det är mycket glädjande att vi nu fått slutligt tillstånd av olje- och energidepartementet för projekt Öyfjellet. Det är ett spännande och utmanande projekt som åtnjuter ett starkt lokalt stöd. Tillståndet ger oss möjlighet att gå vidare mot realisering av projektet. De närmast förestående aktiviteterna är fördjupade analyser av vindförutsättningar, optimering av parklayout och nätanslutning, säger Eolus VD Per Witalisson. För ytterligare information kontakta: Per Witalisson, VD, telefon +46 (0)10-199 88 02 Johan Hammarqvist, kommunikationschef, telefon +46 (0)10-199 88 10 Denna information är sådan information som Eolus Vind AB är skyldig att offentliggöra enligt EU:s marknadsmissbruksförordning. Informationen lämnades, genom kommunikationschef Johan Hammarqvists försorg, för offentliggörande den 16 november 2016 kl. 15.00 CET. Kort om Eolus Eolus Vind är en av Sveriges ledande projektörer av vindkraftsanläggningar. Eolus skapar värden i alla led inom ramen för projektutveckling och drift av vindkraftsanläggningar och erbjuder såväl lokala som internationella investerare attraktiva och konkurrenskraftiga investeringsobjekt i Norden och Baltikum. Sedan starten 1990 har Eolus medverkat vid uppförandet av nästan 500 av de cirka 3 300 vindkraftverk som idag finns i Sverige. Eolus äger för närvarande en installerad effekt om 38 MW vindkraft med en beräknad årlig produktion på cirka 89 GWh miljövänlig el. Totalt förvaltar Eolus driftorganisation cirka 300 MW åt kunder och för egen räkning. Eolus Vind AB har cirka 5 000 aktieägare. Eolus B-aktie handlas på Nasdaq Stockholm Small Cap. För mer information om Eolus, besök gärna www.eolusvind.com


News Article | November 16, 2016
Site: globenewswire.com

Eolus har fått endelig konsesjon til å bygge ut vindkraftprosjektet på Øyfjellet i Nordland fylke. Prosjektet er det største Eolus har fått konsesjon på og er på inntil 330 megawatt. Norges Olje- og Energidepartement har i dag endelig konsesjonen for utbygging av vindkraftprosjektet på Øyfjellet i Vefsn kommune i Nordland fylke. Dette er Eolus største landbaserte prosjekt hittil. Produksjonen er på inntil 330 megawatt (MW). Prosjektet består av inntil 110 vindmøller med en årlig produksjon på inntil 1,4 terrawatt (TWh) når parken er fullt utbygd. Eolus mål er at prosjektet skal realiseres innenfor rammene i det svensk-norske el-sertifiseringssystemet. Prosjektet startet som et lokalt initiativ av Øyfjellet Vindpark AS. Eolus tok over prosjektet i 2012 og har utviklet det videre. I november 2014 bevilget NVE (Norges vassdrags- og energidirektorat) konsesjon for prosjektet Øyfjellet og nå har olje- og energidepartementet bevilget den endelige konsesjonen. Dette har vært en forutsetning for å realisere prosjektet. - Det er en veldig god nyhet att vi nå har fått stadfestet konsesjonen av olje-  og energidepartementet for prosjektet på Øyfjellet. Det er et spennende og viktig prosjekt som har sterk lokal forankring. Konsesjonen gir muligheter til å få videre mot en realisering av prosjektet. De første aktivitetene vi vil starte med nå er dyptgående analyser av vindforutsetningene, optimering av parkens utseende og tilslutningen til kraftnettet, sier administrerende direktør i Eolus Per Witalisson. Kort om Eolus Eolus Vind er en av Sveriges ledende bedrifter innen vindkraft. Eolus skaper verdier i alle ledd innen rammen for prosjektutvikling og drift av vindparker og tilbyr både lokal og internasjonale investorer attraktive og konkurransekraftige investeringsobjekter i Norden og Baltikum. Siden starten i 1990 har Eolus vært involvert i nær 500 av de ca. 3300 vindkraftverkene som idag finnes i Sverige. Eolus ejer i øyeblikket en installert effekt på 38 MW vindkraft med en årlig produksjon på ca. 89 GWh miljøvennlig elektrisitet. Totalt forvalter Eolus driftsorganisajon ca. 300 MW for kunder og oss selv. Eolus Vind AB har ca. 5000 aksjonærer. Eolus B-aksje omsettes på Nasdaq Stockholm. For mer informasjon om Eolus, besøk gjerne www.eolusvind.com


News Article | November 16, 2016
Site: globenewswire.com

Eolus har fått endelig konsesjon til å bygge ut vindkraftprosjektet på Øyfjellet i Nordland fylke. Prosjektet er det største Eolus har fått konsesjon på og er på inntil 330 megawatt. Norges Olje- og Energidepartement har i dag endelig konsesjonen for utbygging av vindkraftprosjektet på Øyfjellet i Vefsn kommune i Nordland fylke. Dette er Eolus største landbaserte prosjekt hittil. Produksjonen er på inntil 330 megawatt (MW). Prosjektet består av inntil 110 vindmøller med en årlig produksjon på inntil 1,4 terrawatt (TWh) når parken er fullt utbygd. Eolus mål er at prosjektet skal realiseres innenfor rammene i det svensk-norske el-sertifiseringssystemet. Prosjektet startet som et lokalt initiativ av Øyfjellet Vindpark AS. Eolus tok over prosjektet i 2012 og har utviklet det videre. I november 2014 bevilget NVE (Norges vassdrags- og energidirektorat) konsesjon for prosjektet Øyfjellet og nå har olje- og energidepartementet bevilget den endelige konsesjonen. Dette har vært en forutsetning for å realisere prosjektet. - Det er en veldig god nyhet att vi nå har fått stadfestet konsesjonen av olje-  og energidepartementet for prosjektet på Øyfjellet. Det er et spennende og viktig prosjekt som har sterk lokal forankring. Konsesjonen gir muligheter til å få videre mot en realisering av prosjektet. De første aktivitetene vi vil starte med nå er dyptgående analyser av vindforutsetningene, optimering av parkens utseende og tilslutningen til kraftnettet, sier administrerende direktør i Eolus Per Witalisson. Kort om Eolus Eolus Vind er en av Sveriges ledende bedrifter innen vindkraft. Eolus skaper verdier i alle ledd innen rammen for prosjektutvikling og drift av vindparker og tilbyr både lokal og internasjonale investorer attraktive og konkurransekraftige investeringsobjekter i Norden og Baltikum. Siden starten i 1990 har Eolus vært involvert i nær 500 av de ca. 3300 vindkraftverkene som idag finnes i Sverige. Eolus ejer i øyeblikket en installert effekt på 38 MW vindkraft med en årlig produksjon på ca. 89 GWh miljøvennlig elektrisitet. Totalt forvalter Eolus driftsorganisajon ca. 300 MW for kunder og oss selv. Eolus Vind AB har ca. 5000 aksjonærer. Eolus B-aksje omsettes på Nasdaq Stockholm. For mer informasjon om Eolus, besøk gjerne www.eolusvind.com


News Article | November 25, 2015
Site: www.rechargenews.com

The wind farm will be inside the Arctic Circle Nordkraft Wind has been awarded a concession by the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE) to develop a 90MW wind farm in the far north of Norway.

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