About us

Sustainable and efficient wind energy projects

Vasa Vind has been active in the market since 2008 and is today one of Sweden’s leading wind power companies. Our activities cover the whole chain from development and construction to operational management. Our goal is to always operate wind energy projects in an efficient and sustainable way, with responsible development that takes into account the environment and surroundings. At the same time, health and safety is a top priority and permeates all our activities. The wind farms we own and manage produce over 1.6 TWh of renewable energy annually. This corresponds to the domestic electricity needs of about 320,000 Swedish households*, which is about one percent of Sweden’s total electricity production and just over five percent of Sweden’s wind power production**. We take a long-term sustainability perspective on everything we do throughout the process – from identifying sites with really good wind resources and local conditions, to safely and efficiently operating the completed wind farms for the decades they contribute to society with renewable energy. * Estimated 5,000 kWh/year per house. ** Compared to SCB: 33 TWh wind power electricity in 2022 and 170 TWh total electricity production.

From A to Z

We work with the whole chain, from the very early stages of wind power projects to the permitting process, design, investment decisions and construction and finally management.


  • Leases and land issues
  • Local dialogues
  • Permit processes
  • Environmental studies
  • Wind measurements and production evaluations
  • Network connection
  • Cooperation with other project developers
  • Acquisition of development projects
  • Financing


  • Procurement of suppliers
  • Negotiation of turbine and other construction contracts
  • Construction management and coordination
  • Health and safety
  • Turbine testing and trial operation
  • Financial administration


  • Operational monitoring and local presence
  • Optimization and analysis
  • Inspection
  • Reporting
  • Management of subcontractors
  • Health and safety
  • Financial administration