Portugal's Martifer buys two wind plant in Germany from Macquarie

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At a cost of EUR 91 million, Portugal's Martifer has acquired two wind plant in Germany with a combined capacity of 53.1 MW from subsidiaries of the Macquarie Group. The plant will be added to the portfolio of Martifer's electricity generation subsidiary, Eviva SGPS. The wind farms, which will be Eviva's first operational wind assets, have been running since 2005 with an annual average production of 118 GWh. The output is sold for EUR 86.2/MWh, says Martifer, which was the government determined purchase price for 20 years of production when the plant went online. This year Eviva plans to start work on the construction of 50 MW of wind plant in Romania and 28 MW in Poland. Suzlon and Repower are supplying the turbines.

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