Hochtief offshore wind arm snaps up four North Sea projects

HODS will plan projects then sell them on to utilities or investors

HODS will plan projects then sell them on to utilities or investors

Hochtief Offshore Development Solutions (HODS) has bought four wind projects in the Geman North Sea from developer Enova for an undisclosed price.

The four wind farms – known as North Sea Windpower 4-7 (NSWP 4-7) – are located between 160km and 200km from the island of Borkum, across an area of more than 300 sq km.

HODS is a recently-formed 50/50 joint venture between the Hochtief Solutions unit of German construction giant Hochtief and private equity group Ventizz Capital Partners.

Ventizz had already bought the Nautilus II wind farm into the partnership, meaning that the joint venture is now developing five offshore projects with a total capacity of 2GW

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