to-the-point: Rabbalshede Kraft buys 4-turbine wind project in Sweden

Rabbalshede Kraft's Hud wind farm in Sweden. Credit: Rabbalshede Kraft AB.

February 8 (Renewables Now) - Swedish wind power company Rabbalshede Kraft AB said today it has acquired the Hoegen wind project in Sweden’s Vaestra Goetaland county.

The project has an environmental permit for four with turbines with a tip height of 180 metres (591 ft), planned to be installed at a site in in Lilla-Edet municipality, on the western coast of Sweden. Rabbalshede Kraft did not provide financial details on the acquisition and further details on the scheme but said it is now gearing to begin construction.

Mads Miltersen, CEO of the company commented that the project has  “good preconditions” and is considered as “an attractive acquisition that fits into the company's new strategy and portfolio.”

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