Enefit Green acquires Tootsi wind farm in Estonia
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Enefit Green has agreed to acquire the Tootsi wind farm in Estonia from Eesti Energia in a EUR 27 million (USD 27.34 million) deal, reported Renews.biz.
The Pärnu County project has a planned production capacity of 74 MW (megawatt) and is ready to start construction.
Required planning processes have been completed, necessary permits have been obtained and connection to the power grid has been ensured, Enefit said.
The project is located in the same area as Enefit's planned 161-MW Sopi wind farm.
The company will prepare the final investment decisions (FID) for both projects in parallel and has announced a tender to find a construction company and wind turbine provider for the combined wind farm.
According to the plans, the wind farms will start producing electricity at the end of 2024.
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