CIP hopes to get more wind farms going this year

CIP is working on a pipeline of various wind projects, some of which will be ready for investment as early as this year, says senior partner of CIP.

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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), which awarded a major order to Vestas this Thursday for a wind farm in Texas, hopes to inject even more money in wind turbines within the foreseeable future, says Christian Skakkebæk, Senior Partner in CIP, to Ritzau Finans, following the investment decision for the 197 MW Bearkat I project, which will also be serviced by Vestas for 20 years.

"We have a pipeline of various projects. In the same package as Bearkat I, there are two other projects in Texas, which we bought from Triglobal Energy last summer, and which are close to being completely developed, and we're working on those so that we can make an investment decision sometime this year," Skakkebæk tells Ritzau Finans.

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