French utility acquires 8 GW wind in the US

Engie is taking over one of the largest wind developers in the US, which can boast 1.6 GW of Vestas, GE and Siemens Gamesa turbines with another 24 projects underway.

Photo: Infinity Renewables

French energy company Engie has bought a slice of the US wind market. Subsidiary Engie North America has paid an undisclosed amount for US developer Infinity Renewables with a portfolio of more than 8,000 MW wind projects either under development or already operating, announces Engie.

"With Infinity Renewables, Engie is investing in an experienced, accomplished development team, and we look forward to working with this team to accelerate the expansion of our renewables presence within the United States," says CEO of Engie North America, Frank Demaille.

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