Vattenfall Sells Turbines As Part Of Shift To Large-Scale Wind In Denmark

Posted by NAW Staff on November 11, 2015 No Comments
Categories : Projects & Contracts

Swedish power company Vattenfall has sold to Green Power Partners 88 older turbines, totaling 65 MW of capacity, from 19 wind farms on Jutland in Denmark.

The sale of smaller wind farms on Jutland will allow Vattenfall, Denmark's largest operator and owner of onshore wind farms, to focus specifically on large onshore and offshore projects.

‘The size of these wind farms does not match Vattenfall's strategic direction – which is why we decided to sell them," explains Martin Reinholdsson, vice president of Vattenfall Generation. "We can now concentrate on further developing and strengthening our position in Denmark in the sector of large-scale onshore and offshore wind power."

The sum of the transaction has not been disclosed.

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