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Wardynski & Partners Advises EDP on Buyback of 49% Stake in EDPR's Wind Energy Assets

Wardynski & Partners Advises EDP on Buyback of 49% Stake in EDPR's Wind Energy Assets

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Wardynski & Partners, working with Portugal's Morais Leitao, has advised EDP and its subsidiary EDP Renovaveis on the repurchase of a 49% stake in EDPR’s wind energy assets in Portugal, Poland, and Italy from subsidiaries of China Three Gorges for a total of EUR 570 million.

According to Wardynski & Partners, EDPR now holds the second-largest portfolio of wind energy operations in Poland, with a capacity of 747 megawatts.

The Wardynski & Partners team included Partners Kinga Ziemnicka, Igor Hanas, and Antoni Bolecki, Principal Counsel Mark Dolatowski, and Lawyers Monika Lutomirska, Wiktor Zborowski, Andrzej Madala, Marcin Kulesza, and Weronika Nalbert.

Wardynski & Partners did not respond to our inquiry on the matter.

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