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Enbridge acquires Albatros stake

GERMANY: Canadian energy firm Enbridge has expanded its European offshore wind portfolio by acquiring a 49.89% stake in EnBW's Albatros project in the North Sea.

Siemens' 7MW turbine will be used at Albatros
Siemens' 7MW turbine will be used at Albatros

Enbridge has partnered with developer EnBW again, after acquiring a 49.9% stake in the 497MW Hohe See project, planned for an area close to the Albatros site. 

Albatros was given a final investment decision by EnBW in early May. It will comprise 16 Siemens SWT-7.0-154 turbines when it is completed by 2019.

EnBW said both sites will be installed jointly in the North Sea. This will create project synergies and reduce costs. Hohe See will also feature the Siemens 7MW machine.

The project sites are close to the planned area for EnBW's 900MW He Dreiht project, which secured a zero-subsidy licence in April's auction.

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