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Energy investor Invenergy sues Polish utility

The US energy investor believes that the state-controlled Polish utility has violated its power purchasing agreement and is therefore now filing a compensation claim of USD 325 million.

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Invenergy is taking Polish utility Tauron Polska Energia to court and demanding USD 325 million in compensation.

The US firm claims that Tauron unlawfully and unethically terminated so-called "Green Certificates" and power purchasing agreements (PPA) on four of Invenergy's wind farms, which has now prompted a lawsuit against Tauron.

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