New Electrical Energy Manager at Norsk Vindenergi

Kjetil has a degree in civil engineering from NTNU, and since 1999 he has worked on permit applications, impact studies and grid connection of wind power projects as a consultant with Jøsok Prosjekt, a consulting company.

Kjetil has a degree in civil engineering from NTNU, and since 1999 he has worked on permit applications, impact studies and grid connection of wind power projects as a consultant with Jøsok Prosjekt, a consulting company. He has been involved in a number of wind projects and small hydro power projects all over Norway. He has extensive experience in the detailed planning of electrical and wind power projects with the associated grid connection and substations, including experience in contracting and project management. Kjetil has been involved, direct or indirectly, in many of the wind power plants already realised in Norway, as well as many power plants outside the portfolio of Norsk Vind.  Inter alia, Kjetil played a key role in the grid planning and coordination of the wind power plants at Fosen, Snillfjord, Sogn og Fjordane and Bjerkreim/Rogaland.

From now on, Kjetil will dedicate his time to the follow-up of the project portfolio of Norsk Vind, and also work on its further expansion.  Kjetil joins Norsk Vind as manager of the electric energy section, and will have the overall responsibility for grid planning and electrification of Norsk Vind’s wind power plants.

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