Trelleborg looks to achieve self-sufficiency

Wind turbines

Source: Port of Trelleborg

The Port of Trelleborg in Sweden has commissioned offshore wind manufacturer, Enercon, to build two new wind turbines.

The 120 metre high turbines, producing around 15 million kWh per year, will help the port – Scandinavia’s largest in terms of RoRo traffic – achieve its goal of energy self-sufficiency.

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