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Austrians to pump €400m into Polish wind farms  

Polska Sila Wiatru and Warminska Sila Wiatru, whose shareholders are the Austrian firms Austrian Wind Power, Wienstrom and Raiffeisen bank, have begun assembling a number of wind farms in Mazury. The investment will require estimated outlays of around €400m.
This year construction work will begin on a 60 MW farm near Sepopol (cost €97m) and an 80 MW farm near Gorowo Ilaweckie (€120m). In 2009 the same companies will begin assembling a 60 MW wind farm in the municipality of Wydminy. The total cost of all these undertakings will be in the region of €400m.

2008-04-09

polishmarket.com

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