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E+H Advises EcoWind on Sale of 26-Megawatt Carinthian Wind Farm Portfolio

E+H Advises EcoWind on Sale of 26-Megawatt Carinthian Wind Farm Portfolio

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E+H has advised EcoWind on the sale of the Steinberger Alpe wind farm and the Soboth wind turbine to Kelag in an international bidding process.

EcoWind is an Austrian general contractor for wind and solar projects. A subsidiary of German BayWa r.e., it has been developing, planning, and constructing renewable energy projects in the fields of wind power and photovoltaics in Austria and CEE since 1995.

Kelag is an Austrian energy company.

According to a BayWa announcement, the Steinberger Alpe and Soboth wind farm has an installed capacity of 26 megawatts. "The eight wind turbines were commissioned in summer, 2022, and generate around 60 gigawatts of green electricity annually, at a height of 1,400 to 1,600 meters. This corresponds to the average annual consumption of about 13,000 Austrian households."

In 2022, E+H advised EcoWind on its joint venture with EVN Naturkraft for the construction of a floating photovoltaic plant (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on November 22, 2022).

The E+H team included Partners Tatjana Katalan, Clemens Lanschuetzer, and Judith Feldner, Attorney at Law Marie Sophie Reitinger, and Associate Alexander Moser.

E+H did not respond to our inquiry on the matter.

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