Vattenfall sells wind farm

The new owner is planning to replace the Dutch facility's existing wind turbines with new units.

Photo: Vattenfall

Swedish utility Vattenfall has decided to divest its wind farm Jaap Rodenburg near Almere Pampus in the Netherlands.

The new owner is Dutch insurance company ASR, which intends to replace the existing ten machines with newer models. Of these, ASR will own eight units, while the remaining two will be transferred to local energy cooperative Almeerse Wind, which also played a hand in developing the project.

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