The deliveries comprised of full foundation delivery. Peikko is also responsible for the foundation design and structural calculations. The wind park was operational on the second half of 2019. Vestas' latest tower technology (Cable Stayed Towers) in co-operation with Peikko's new satellite foundation design made it possible to implement this pilot project.
TuuliWatti Oy is a joint venture of industrial wind power owned by energy company St1 and S Group S-Voima. S-Voima is owned by SOK and its regional cooperatives. Founded in 2009, TuuliWatti is Finland's leading player in the industry, generating 24% of Finland's total wind power production in 2017. TuuliWatti, Finland’s biggest wind power producer, has expanded rapidly in recent years. The wind power company has ordered large 4.2-megawatt (MW) turbines from the Danish company Vestas.
TuuliWatti Oy says this represents the largest wind power investment in the Nordic region to operate without public subsidies. The turbines will be connected to the electricity network at TuuliWatti’s Simon Halmekangas substation, and power will be transmitted onwards to Fingrid’s Taivalkoski substation. The company estimates that the windmills’ larger blades may be able to generate twice as much electricity production as older wind turbines.