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Energiekontor sells Boddin wind farm

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Energiekontor sold its Boddin wind farm. The wind farm is a single-unit Nordex N149 style project with a capacity of 4.2 MW. The contract for the project was awarded at 6.20 ct / kWh in the tender on 1 October 2019.

The Boddin wind farm will be erected at a site of the same name in the district of Prignitz (Brandenburg) and is currently expected to be operational by the end of September 2021.

This selling therefore has no effect on the 2020 business results, but will only be recognized in profits in 2021.

The buyer is Swiss InvestInvent with its unique fund for renewable energy. InvestInvent was also the purchaser of the Hohengüstow II wind farm in 2017. The technical management will be carried out by Energiekontor as usual.

The projected annual electricity volume of 11,5 million kilowatt hours would be adequate to meet the needs of about 3,500 average German households.

“We are pleased that we have been able to win InvestInvent as a buyer for this project. InvestInvent is a very experienced and professional partner with whom we have now once again worked successfully together.”

Peter Szabo, chairman of the board of Energiekontor.

“Investments in renewable energies, especially wind energy, are our expertise and we are pleased to acquire another attractive project for our investors with the Boddin wind farm. We are happy to work together with Energiekontor and can well imagine the acquisition of further projects from this experienced developer.”

Roman Bader, head of acquisition & asset management and member of the management board at InvestInvent.
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