Delay over border dispute

German utility EWE says a dispute over the precise location of the German-Dutch maritime border means its 108MW Riffgat project may not be finished until 2014, rather than late 2012 as originally envisaged. In revealing a disappointing set of figures for 2010, including a net loss of €50.7m ($73.1m), chief executive Werner Brinker acknowledged the issues underpinning the dispute have not yet been resolved.

A spokesman confirms that initial generation will not occur until mid-2013, with Riffgat expected to reach completion "by 2014 at the latest".

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