The farm would have a total of 388 wind generators and have a total capacity of 2,716 MW, according to the application filed to the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
It would make it one ot the largest in the world.
The area has one of the fastest winds in Estonia. Estonia has one of Europe's leading countries in wind resources, and is only second to England.
According to experts, such projects cost about 1.5 million euros per megawatt to develop.