Report: Offshore wind power creates jobs and has vast regional economic impacts on Åland and mainland Finland

A recent economic impact assessment conducted by Ramboll, a global engineering, architecture, and consultancy company, and commissioned by Ilmatar, a Nordic energy company, highlights the significant regional economic benefits of offshore wind power on Åland and mainland Finland. Ramboll evaluated the direct and indirect economic effects of Ilmatar's two planned offshore wind power parks, Stormskär and Väderskär, to be constructed in Åland's territorial waters, using various scenarios. Read More

Ilmatar’s hybrid farm enters commercial production – 36 wind turbines set for year end completion

Built in Alajärvi, South Ostrobothnia, Ilmatar’s hybrid farm and its first completed wind turbines commenced production in early June. Currently, eight turbines are already producing renewable energy with a total rated capacity of 48 MW. By the end of 2023, the production of renewable energy will reach full capacity of 220 MW with 36 wind turbines. In the next few years, the hybrid farm is due for an extension with a 150 MWp solar farm and a complementary 25 MW battery storage. Read More

Two major solar power projects planned in Finland

Ilmatar is developing two industrial-scale solar power projects in the municipality of Joroinen, Finland. With a total rated capacity of up to 230 MWp, the parks will produce the electricity for up to 46,000 one-bedroom apartments. Read More