Nordex will supply 32 of its 2.5-megawatt machines to the Chirnogeni wind farm near the Black Sea coast built by Iberdrola, the Hamburg-based company said today in a statement. The turbines are expected to start operating in late 2013, it said.
The project will be owned and operated by a group comprised of Marguerite Fund, EnerCap Power Fund and EP Global Energy Ltd, Nordex said. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and a group of commercial banks including Erste Bank, ING and UniCredit provided financing, it said.
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