European Energy sells two German wind farms

Two German wind farms will soon have new owners as Danish European Energy has initiated a sale of the farms, which are expected to be operational later this year.

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Danish European Energy has made divestments from its portfolio. Two German wind farms will soon be taken over by a German investor.

This is according to a stock exchange brief, which reveals that the sale concerns two farms located in Brandenburg and Lower Saxony. According to plan, the two farms will be made operational in April and July 2017, respectively.

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