CIP leaves Spanish operations to Peak Wind

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has transferred operation of its 12 wind farms of 487 MW in Spain to Peak Wind.

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Peak Wind will be the company to handle Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners' (CIP) Monegros portfolio, which consists of 12 wind farms in Aragon, Spain.

Here, the company will handle the entire servicing of the wind portfolio, which has a total capacity of 487 MW. This applies to everything from operations to technical, commercial and environmental aspects. Add to that electricity management, so that Peak Wind can at all times optimize operations and thereby ensure that CIP gains the highest possible revenue from the wind farms.

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