New Project Manager at Norsk Vind Energi

Magnus has a degree in civil engineering from NTNU, and since 2011 he has worked with the planning and implementation of wind power projects as a consultant for Rambøll, a consulting company.

Magnus has a degree in civil engineering from NTNU, and since 2011 he has worked with the planning and implementation of wind power projects as a consultant for Rambøll, a consulting company. He has been involved in a number of wind power projects around Scandinavia, and has gained significant experience in infrastructure planning and project planning, contracting and project management. Magnus has completed Rambøll’s project management course program and been responsible for the control and coordination of several multidisciplinary assignments in recent years. His experience base has given him valuable insight into the many professional areas and interfaces that are part of a wind power project, which will be particularly important in the phase now being entered by Norsk Vind Energi AS, with the realisation of several major projects.

Magnus is already very familiar with our project portfolio, since he has been employed full-time since March 2016, mainly in connection with the wind farms at Bjerkreim and Måkaknuten, and he will be a valuable addition to Norsk Vind Energi AS in its further endeavours.

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