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CMS Advises CWP on Wind Project Acquisition in Ukraine

CMS Advises CWP on Wind Project Acquisition in Ukraine

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CMS has advised CWP Europe on the acquisition of a 73-megawatt wind project under development in the Kherson region.

CWP Europe is a Southeast European renewable energy development platform, with over 1400 megawatts in development. It is owned by CWP Global, an international energy infrastructure development company operating in Europe and Australia. 

According to CMS, “the wind project located in the Kherson region in Southern Ukraine will enter construction in 2023, bringing EUR 76 million of investment and creating 360 jobs.”

CMS’s team included Partners Vitaliy Radchenko and Ihor Olekhov, Counsel Maryna Ilchuk, Senior Associates Orest Matviychuk and Viktoriia Stavchuk, Associate Ihor Pavliukov, and Lawyer Denys Hatseniuk.

CMS could not provide more information on the deal.

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