ABO Wind has sold the up to 50MW Polusjarvi wind farm, which is under development in Finland, to local operator Suomen Hyotytuuli for an undisclosed price.
The project has all the necessary permits for 10 turbines of up to 235 metres tall, ABO said.
It added that the wind farm sale is the first made by the company in Finland ahead of construction.
ABO has a further 200MW of construction-ready projects in the country and 300MW at the development phase.
ABO Wind Finnish division manager Klaus Potter said: “We have been a project developer for 22 years and have an excellent construction department. Thanks to this expertise, we also overcome the hurdles specific to Finland.
“We’ve even learned how to track reindeer herds and eagles using GPS transmitters. That was not necessary when building wind farms in Germany or France so far.”