Innogy enters Irish offshore wind farm

German energy group Innogy will now significantly boost its commitment in offshore wind with an investment in a large, Irish offshore wind farm.

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The 600 MW Irish offshore wind farm Dublin Array, which will be complete after 2020, will now become partially German. At least on paper, as Germany's Innogy will buy into the offshore wind farm with an ownership stake of 50 percent.

The seller is Irish developer Saorgus Energy, which has so far been sole owner of the project.

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