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EnBW acquires seven Swedish wind farms

The German utility is taking on a new country with the acquisition of wind farms featuring mainly Vestas turbines with the potential for repowering.

Photo: Vestas

Through its Swedish subsidiary, EnBW Sweden, the German utility has acquired two companies, which own seven wind farms in total in Sweden with a total capacity of 105 MW, informs EnBW in a press release.

The press release informs that the German company has selected Sweden and France as countries to focus on in terms of onshore wind in coming years.

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