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September rains secure sustainable energy    
17. oktober 2019 | The total of renewable energy production in September accounted for 50.1 per cent of the energy mix. Up from 46.2 per cent in September 2018.  
SEV wins wind tender    
2. oktober 2019 | The wind farm will consist of 6 E82 ENERCON turbines, 3 MW each.   SEV won the tender with a bid of DKK 0.239 per megawatt hour, whereas the com
Tidal energy project    
22. august 2019 | The collaboration agreement entails two installations of Minesto's DG100 model, and is the first phase of a long-term ambition to add further tidal en
39 percent renewables in first half of 2019    
19. juli 2019 | While 1st half of 2018 saw a 48 percent share of renewable electricy production, this years’ hydro power and wind power production reached a mere 39 p
One step closer to solar power in Sumba    
25. juni 2019 | SEV has been granted one of several permissions necessary to establish a solar power plant on the southernmost of the 18 Faroese islands.   With
51 percent sustainable energy generation in the first quarter    
20. mai 2019 | Of total electricity production in the first quarter of 2019, 51 percent were harvested from sustainable energy sources. First quarter saw a 12.5 decr
Annual Accounts 2018    
24. apríl 2019 | The final result for 2018 was DKK 47.3 million before taxes and DKK 38.1 million after taxes or a decline compared to budget of DKK 41.5 million after
IT Security Top Priority for All Employees    
26. februar 2019 | Over the last 20 years, Information Technology (IT) has become a well-integrated part of SEV’s operational infrastructure, reflected most notably in i
Sund Power Plant awarded international certification for maintaining a good work environment    
19. februar 2019 | During the course of 2018, the SEV thermal power plant at Sund was inspected and found to be in full compliance with the new ISO standard related to t
Room for both public and private enterprise in the Faroese electrical system    
12. februar 2019 | Both SEV and private electricity production companies could play an important role in the Faroese electrical system of the future.  This, in short, is
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