In Lebuspi, a local group of SP is leading the fight against the installation of two wind farms. Melkoya’s electrification and Norway’s climate goals are in the pot.
No survey conducted. The results of the elections held in Lebuspi have created a stir across the country.
Jan-Olav Evenson, the SP leader in Lebusby, was dismayed when he thought of the possible consequences of his vision winning.
- The election in Lebusby, a small municipality in Finnmark, was of national importance. The Davvi and Luxejordan wind farms can produce a significant portion of the power needed to electrify Melkaya.
- Since July 1 this year, municipalities have been given the right of veto when installing wind power in their own municipality.
- Therefore, the municipal residents can decide in the elections whether any of the government’s schemes related to Melkoil electrification will be implemented.
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Lebesby (Afdenbosten): On election night, Monday, September 11, there will be great tension in Oslo, Bergen and other major cities related to the battle for power. But for many, there’s one election outcome that trumps the big-city battle:
Electoral results in Lebuspi municipality have 1226 residents – and 999 eligible voters.
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