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French renewable energy company Voltalia said it has agreed to form a wind farm venture in Greece, Parivolt, with a local partner.
The first project by Parivolt, in which Voltalia has a majority stake, relates to the development of 20 wind farms with a total capacity of 258 megawatts.
Further projects are likely by the end of the year, it said.
Financial details were not disclosed.
Voltalia did not name the local partner.
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