European Energy secures financing for Polish venture

The project developer has secured EUR 53.5m for a handful of Polish wind projects.

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European Energy has secured DKK 398m (EUR 53.5m) in financing for five Polish wind farms with a total capacity of 44,675MW, the company confirms Wednesday morning.

”We are satisfied to have reached another milestone in Poland with the financial closing of our first project financing on five wind farms. With a substantial pipeline of wind and solar assets secured across Poland in our portfolio, we look forward to repeat this kind of successful financing in the future,” says Executive Vice President of European Energy Jens-Peter Zink in a press release.

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