European Energy sells German wind farm

The Danish project developer is selling its second German wind farm in three months.

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Project developer European Energy has divested of its half of a 12 MW wind farm in the German state of Lower Saxony, reveals a press release from the company.

The buyer is German, but otherwise unnamed, while the wind farm consists of six of Spanish manufacturer Gamesa's 2 MW turbines. The farm is expected to begin operations in July, and the final sale is expected to be carried out that same month.

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