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Havøygavelen windmill park

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The world’s northernmost windmill park was officially opened in June 2003. The park consists of 16 wind turbines which are expected to produce around 120 GWh of electric power a year. This corresponds to the annual power consumption for 5,000-6,000 Norwegian homes.

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  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area
    • lake
    • lookout point
    • skerries
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Havøygavelen windmill park

The world’s northernmost windmill park was officially opened in June 2003. The park consists of 16 wind turbines which are expected to produce around...

Havøygavelen windmill park

Source: Visitnorway

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