On Sunday, June 18, over 100 people participated in the Open Day event.
After lots of good feedback from the Open Day in January, visitors were once again invited to the construction site.
At the lodging rig there was a simple food service, with coffee, mineral water and Danish pastries, and the enthusiastic audience was then transported around the site in buses. There was also time to get out of the bus and take a closer look, while Torfinn Tuen, the operations manager, gave a briefing about the project. In spite of some morning fog, we think it was interesting for the participants to see how much progress had been made.
We are looking forward to continuing this good progress, so that we can unveil a wind farm in the autumn, which will have good hiking opportunities and where we are preserving the biodiversity of the area in the best possible manner.
The Paris Agreement and ISBS, the UN climate panel, have demanded a faster pace in the transition to a low emission society. Norsk Vind AS wishes to be part of the solution and the change of pace towards zero emissions, and are seeking more competent employees.
This was written by Kristoffer Rypdal in a contribution to the debate in the VG newspaper on 24 October. Dr. Rypdal is a professor with the UiT – Norway's Arctic University and of the opinion that Hogne Hongset presented erroneous, flimsy and unserious claims in his article in VG two days earlier.