Ytterberg wind farm consists of 22 Vestas V90 turbines with 105 m hub height. The site is located on the Nådagubbliden ridge, between the villages of Ytterberg and Nåda, about 10 km south of the town of Malå in Västerbotten in northern Sweden. Each turbine has a max output of 2.0 MW which gives an installed capacity of 44 MW for the site.
The site was built during 2010-2011 and became fully operational by the end of 2011.
The wind farm connects to Skellefteå Kraft's 152 kV grid via an onsite substation located in the eastern part of the site.