With this acquisition, enercity doubles its total wind power capacity to 712 MW and becomes one of the largest players in German onshore wind.
Our Munich Hydrogen Summit gave insights into a number of current projects, looked closely at the regulatory framework they operate within and provided an overview of key considerations for the investment and financing of green hydrogen projects.
The portfolio consists of five wind farms with a total capacity of 44.675 MW.
Acting as transaction advisors, WFW carried out the due diligence process, as well as the drafting and negotiation of the SPA, and several other ancillary agreements, as well as the closing of the transaction.
WFW advises BayernLB on financing of Blue Elephant’s 150 MWp Spanish solar park portfolio10 June 2021
The portfolio comprises the “Fotosfera”, “Kissoro” and “Sunplex” solar parks and “Venalta” substation located in Spain’s south eastern Granada province.
The portfolio, being developed and built by Danish developer European Energy, consists of five wind farms located in Poland with a total capacity of 44.675 MW.
Offshore wind energy production has been a fast growing industry in the last few years. The applicable rules are constantly evolving, and the next revision of the German Offshore Wind Act is currently being discussed, especially proposed changes to the auction design.
Regulatory Partner Dr Maximilian Boemke and Corporate Partner Dr Christian Bauer will give an overview of the Hydrogen Strategies, the expected legal developments and emerging investment opportunities for hydrogen projects.
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Germany has implemented measures to support businesses struggling from the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic. This includes a protective financial shield as well as changes to German civil and insolvency law.