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Innogy acquires 400MW pipeline in central Germany

GERMANY: Utility Innogy has agreed to buy a 400MW pipeline of wind farms from developer Primus Energie, with the Regensburg-based company overseeing the projects' completion.

Innogy has also announced that it currently operates more than 2.8GW of wind farms worldwide
Innogy has also announced that it currently operates more than 2.8GW of wind farms worldwide

Primus Energie will develop the pipeline, which consists of 23 sites at different stages of development, as a service provider for Innogy.

Both parties have agreed to keep the purchase price and the projects involved in the transaction confidential, the companies added.

A project list on Primus Energie’s website lists sites with capacities ranging from 2.3MW to 24MW.

Innogy CEO Hans Bünting said: "We want to develop wind energy and enhance our portfolio in our home market, as well.

"To do so, we are looking selectively for co-operations with other project developers."

Jürgen Meyer-Menz, managing director of Primus Energie added: "To be able to develop projects successfully even during turbulent times, we have brought in Innogy as an extremely experienced, financially strong wind all-rounder." 

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