Dutch 600MW offshore project still on course, insists Typhoon

Typhoon's management team arranged financing at the Princess Amalia project

Typhoon's management team arranged financing at the Princess Amalia project

Typhoon Capital’s Gemini project remains on schedule, according to a spokesman, despite Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) confirming that it is not considering an investment.

Typhoon spokesman Marcel van den Berg says there are other potential investors lined up, and adds: “We are not in a hurry.”

“Our aim with Gemini is to bring it together in the best and most responsible manner possible, and that means making sure we have all the right partners.”

“We’re talking to a lot of companies and parties that want to participate on the equity side; we’re talking to banks, we’re talking to component suppliers,” van den Berg tells Recharge.

It’s not necessarily the huge disappointment the press sometimes suggests when one of Log in to read complete article.

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