European Energy recycles turbines in Swedish wind farm

The first project in a partnership between Danish solar and wind energy developer European Energy and Denmark's Green Investment Fund will recycle turbines in a new wind farm.

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European Energy has initiated a cooperation with Denmark's Green Investment Fund (DGI), and their first project is a wind farm in Sweden, reports DGI in a press release.

"We are pleased to cooperate with Denmark's Green Investment Fund. A large part of the work we do in a company such as ours involves raising capital for new projects. It helps us significantly that Danish companies now have access to capital from such a partner with solid competencies in all aspects of transitioning toward green energy," says European Energy CEO Knud Eric Andersen in the statement.

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