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SOUTH AFRICA: German developer Enertrag has acquired a 50% stake in a 1.8GW portfolio of wind projects owned by local firm Genesis Eco-Energy Developments (GEED).
DENMARK: Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached final close on a new €3.5 billion fund to invest in energy infrastructure projects.
JORDAN: GE will make its debut in the Middle Eastern country by providing 28 turbines for a 100MW project.
SOUTH AFRICA: State utility Eskom has signed the last of 27 long-delayed power purchase agreements (PPAs), according to energy minister Jeff Radebe.
JORDAN: Vestas will build the 45MW Al Shobak project in the southerly Ma'an governorate, the manufacturer confirmed.
ETHIOPIA: Private sector investment will be crucial to Ethiopia increasing its wind portfolio by nearly 900MW, according to a report by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA).