|Fact sheet november 2022|
|Average wind speed (m/s)||ca. 7.5 m/s|
|Production (GWh)||ca. 20 GWh|
|Safety and environmental incidents||0|
In November, the production was greatly impacted by the ice event seen in SE2 and SE1, lower wind speed, and planned maintenance (some turbines are stopped).
- The wind turbine is back in operation
- The safety perimeter of 250m applies, and a temporary fence has been installed. It will remain until 2023
- The clean up will be completed in 2023
- The conclusion of the root cause analysis was finalized
The focus in November has been the planned maintenance. The ice has impacted the production, and made some maintenance tasks more complicated.
Blade repairs has been completed on 1 wind turbine out of three. The two remaining repairs will be conducted in 2023 together with the planned maintenance.
When there is planned maintenance, roadblocks are installed.
Until the end of December, a main crane is on site for maintenance. Signage are put, and the area should be avoided.
Due to the winter and icing conditions, it is important for people to pay attention when going in the vicinity of the wind farm.
Additional signs were put at the entrances of the wind farm