OX2 applies for a Natura 2000-permit for a wind farm in the Baltic Sea, Sweden

OX2 has applied for a Natura 2000 permit for an offshore wind farm in the Swedish Exclusive Economic Zone between the islands of Gotland and Öland.
The name of the wind farm is Aurora and it will be located 20 kilometers south of Gotland and 30 kilometers east of Öland. The wind farm will consist of up to 370 turbines with a maximum height of 370 meter.

Electricity production from the wind farm is estimated at around 24 TWh a year, which corresponds to the yearly consumption of about 5 million households. The project also corresponds to reduced emissions of carbon dioxide of about 14 million tonnes per year.

OX2’s permit application, which includes an environmental impact assessment, EIA, is now being processed by the County Administrative Board of Gotland.

– It is great that we now have handed in an application for another offshore wind farm. Our projects make up a considerable share of the road to reaching Sweden’s climate goals. They will also contribute substantially to the region’s ability to develop the community, businesses and industries, says Hillevi Priscar, Country Manager, OX2 Sweden.

The project is part of OX2’s Swedish project development portfolio, which at the end of the third quarter amounted to 11.3 GW.
OX2 develop, construct, and sell onshore and offshore wind farms and solar PV farms. OX2 also offer management of wind- and solar farms after completion. OX2’s project development portfolio consists of in-house developed as well as acquired wind and solar projects in various phases of development. The company is also active in developing technology connected to renewable energy, such as hydrogen and energy storage. OX2 is operating on nine markets in Europe: Sweden, Norway, Finland, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, France, Spain and Italy. Sales in 2021 was about 5 billion SEK. The company has almost 300 employees and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. OX2 is listed on Nasdaq First North Premier Growth Market since 2021.