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Danish infrastructure fund management company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached an agreement with transmission system operator TenneT to buy a large stake in the 900MW German North Sea offshore grid connection DolWin3 for €384m ($526m) via the investment company CI Artemis K/S.

Danish fund buys big DolWin3 stake

Danish infrastructure fund management company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached an agreement with transmission system operator TenneT to buy a large stake in the 900MW German North Sea offshore grid connection DolWin3 for €384m ($526m) via the investment company CI Artemis K/S.

Danish infrastructure fund management company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached an agreement with transmission system operator TenneT to buy a large stake in the 900MW German North Sea offshore grid connection DolWin3 for €384m ($526m) via the investment company CI Artemis K/S.