Statkraft sells 36MW wind farm for USD 121m

The Norwegian utility will continue to provide O&M service and asset management for Scottish wind farm Andershaw, now sold to investment firm Greencoat.

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Statkraft continues its program of divesting portfolio assets. The Norwegian power company has now sold the 36MW Andershaw Wind Farm to investment management firm Greencoat UK Wind, Statkraft informs in a statement.

Greencoat has paid USD 121m for the facility, consisting of 11 wind turbines generating electricity for roughly 26,000 households.

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