Ytre Vikna wind power in Norway

The power plant is step 1 in the development of Ytre Vikna Wind Farm, which has a licence for a capacity up to 249 MW.


Ytre Vikna is an island in Vikna municipality in the county of Nord-Trøndelag. It is part of an archipelago of nearly 6,000 islands, islets and reefs with inhabitants on the largest islands, which are linked by bridges. The area is 82 km2 and the highest point of the islands is Vattafjell at 171 meters above sea level.

Wind power has become more common worldwide in the last decades. The production cost has decreased and the technology has rapidly evolved.

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The wind power development has so far been met by positive interest from both inhabitants and local authorities. Both citizens in the community of Vikna and the political authorities expect the development to have a positive long-term effect for the area. The power plant adheres to the latest national and EU environmental standards regarding protection of habitat, birds and biodiversity.

The development of the wind power plant has secured new roads and water supply for nearby inhabitants and the great ocean view has made this farm a popular tourist attraction.


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