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By Bernd Radowitz in Berlin
Monday, June 03 2013
Thüga said it has bought
58.4MW, while ESWE acquired 29.2MW. The wind farms are comprised of 39 turbines, of which 22 are from German manufacturer Enercon, and 17 from Danish
“With this transaction,
we’ve been able to double our wind park portfolio compared to 2012 to 204MW,”
Thüga board member Michael Riechel said.
Thüga by 2020 plans to
invest €1bn ($1.3bn) in renewable energy, and currently is examining the
possibility of extending its activities to neighbouring European countries.
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