EnBW divests half of its solar portfolio

The German power company has sold slightly less than 50% of its interest in 16 solar farms.

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Insurance company Alte Leipziger Hallesche (ALH) Group has purchased a 49.9% stake in Energie Baden-Württemberg’s (EnBW) portfolio of photovoltaic installations.

The portfolio contains 16 solar farms with combined capacity of 597MW, with the sale entailing three new installations, Weesow (187MW), Gottesgabe (150MW) and Alttrebbin (150MW) – ”the first solar farms of such size in Germany to be built without subsidies,” the utility informs in a statement.

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