Publisher: Capcora GmbH
Ebert Erneuerbare Energien sells part of the Grohnde wind farm with 10.35 MW to Trianel - Capcora advised
Frankfurt am Main (renewablepress) - Project developer Ebert Erneuerbare Energien with offices in Cremlingen (near Braunschweig) and Kiel sells three wind turbines of the Grohnde wind farm in Lower Saxony to Trianel Erneuerbare Energien GmbH & Co. KG (TEE). The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price. The advisory firm Capcora was responsible for the transaction as a sell-side advisor.
The owner-managed family company Ebert Erneuerbare Energien sells three wind turbines from the Grohnde-Kirchohsen wind farm with a total output of 10.35 MW.
The Grohnde wind farm has a total of eight wind turbines with a total capacity of 27.6 MW and was commissioned in November 2018 - making it one of the last onshore wind projects to be remunerated according to the EEG 2014. The wind farm is particularly symbolic because of its location - the site is not far from the Grohnde nuclear power plant, which is to be shut down at the end of 2021 after an operating time of 37 years. While the nuclear power plant will soon cease to operate, the wind farm started producing electricity a year ago.
“We thank Capcora for their support in selling our three wind turbines. With Trianel we have gained an experienced and professional partner for our wind project - we look forward to the joint operation of our Grohnde wind farm, ”says Tim Ebert, managing partner of Ebert Erneuerbare Energien GmbH.
About Ebert Erneuerbare Energien
Ebert Erneuerbare Energien has stood for 100% renewable energy since 1998. The owner-managed family company with headquarters in Kiel and Braunschweig (Cremlingen) defines itself through a competent and committed team of geographers, economists, technicians and lawyers. Nationwide, Ebert Renewable Energy implements wind farm projects and offers a rum service: from planning to the approval process and construction to long-term operation of the wind turbines.
Capcora is a consulting firm, specialized on real assets. Capcora procures equity, mezzanine and debt financing for energy and infrastructure projects, real estate, and medium-sized companies. The focus is especially on mezzanine financing for the recapitalization of tied-up liquidity in operating assets as well as for bridge financing of developments and construction measures in the area of renewable energies (photovoltaics, onshore wind) and real estate through alternative financing sources. In addition, Capcora acts as transaction manager for M&A processes (buy and sell side advisory). www.capcora.com
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Caption: Capcora advises Ebert on sales of Grohnde Windfarm to Trianel
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