Feb. 1 (Bloomberg) -- EDF Energy Renewables Ltd. took over a Scottish wind farm after the U.K. company bought the park’s owner, North British Windpower Ltd. Terms weren’t disclosed.
EDF Energy Renewables bought the company owning the 144-megawatt Fallago Rig project under development in the Scottish Borders, according to a statement from Squire Sanders, the law firm advising North British Windpower on the deal.
EDF Energy Renewables is a wind-focused joint venture between EDF Energy Plc and EDF Energies Nouvelles SA. The project, already approved, is expected to power about 90,000 Scottish homes when built, according to today’s statement.
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