Eurowind Energy has purchased four wind farms in Denmark from Vattenfall for an undisclosed fee totaling 325MW.
The Norrekaer Enge 2 near Logstor and Norre Okse are included in the deal. Brovst, Hjelm Hede in Holstebro, and Rejsby Hede in the municipality of Tonder are all close by.
A total of 74 wind turbines will be installed throughout the four sites. Norrekaer Enge 2 will include 20 turbines in Vesthimmerland and 16 turbines in Aalborg.
Nørre Okse So a repowering project, which will replace 23 outdated turbines with 11 modern units, is also underway.
The Hjelm Hede, which will generate 80 MW, will have 12 turbines, while the Rejsby Hede, which will generate 101 MW, will have machines.
Jens Rasmussen, Eurowind’s CEO, stated: “We are very pleased to have reached this agreement with Vattenfall.”
“We believe all four projects will make a significant contribution to the green transition in Denmark.”
“The four projects are all attractive and fit very well in our existing development portfolio.”
“Vattenfall has worked with these projects for several years and we look forward to complete this work.”