Vattenfall increases its share in Dutch wind farm

With 32 wind turbines, the Swedish company has expanded its share in what will become the largest onshore wind farm in The Netherlands.

Vattenfall has increased its ownership share in the Wieringermeer wind farm in The Netherlands.

The company has bought 32 more turbines, pushing its total up to 82 of the 100 turbines to be installed on the farm.

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