Danish fund on shopping spree in Texas

The capital fund Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is injecting millions into the erection of a wind farm in Texas.

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The wind project Fluvanna in Texas, USA will be realized with money from Danish capital fund Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP). Through the fund Copenhagen Infrastructure II, CIP has provided a USD 61 million (EUR 57 million) loan to the construction of the onshore wind farm Fluvanna I, which will be located in Scurry County in Texas. This is according to a press release from CIP.

Fluvanna I is owned and will be operated by Terna Energy S.A. The total investment in the wind farm amounts to USD 251 million. The Fluvanna I project will consist of 74 2.1 MW Gamesa turbines with a total capacity of 155.4 MW.

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