Obton sells Dutch solar farm

German asset manager CEE Group has purchased a solar farm recently commissioned by the Danish project developer in Roosendaal, the Netherlands.

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In August, Obton inaugurated a photovoltaic facility in Roosendaal, the Netherlands, and oversaw network connection. Now, less than three months later, the Danish solar developer announces having sold the facility.

The new owner of the 35MW farm is Hamburg-based asset manager CEE Group.

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