Estonian energy company buys its way to green dominance in the Baltics

With a single purchase, the Estonian energy company Esti Energia will acquire a wind energy portfolio at nearly 400 MW.
Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas
Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

The Estonian energy company Esti Energia has signed a purchase deal to acquire all equity shares of the project developer Nelja Energia, which, according to Recharge News, is the larger producer of renewable energy in the Baltic countries.

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