Energa to acquire 20-MW wind project in Poland - report
Jul 18, 2012 - Polish energy group Energa SA will acquire a 20-MW wind power project in northwestern Poland from local wind farm developer EPA Wind, Polish energy news portal Cire.pl reported yesterday.
Currently, EPA Wind is in the process of obtaining all the required permits for the project.
EPA Wind and Energa had declined to disclose details, Cire.pl said.
The news provider estimates that the construction of the project could cost some EUR 25 million (USD 30.6m).
Earlier this month, Energa said it had agreed to buy a 60-MW wind farm in northern Poland from green power firm Polish Energy Partners (WAR:PEP).