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Canadian company partners with EnBW

Enbridge has purchased almost half of the EUR 1.8 billion offshore wind farm Hohe See from EnBW.

Offshore wind farm Hohe See of almost 500 MW is one step closer to installation. At the same time, EnBW has announced that a partnership has been entered with Canadian utility Enbridge.

Enbridge has purchased 49.9 percent of the offshore wind farm Hohe See, writes EnBW in a press release. The partnership states that both companies will finance the project from the construction phase until its connection.

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