Paris, October 21, 2009
EDF Energies Nouvelles commissions
a 38 MW wind farm in Greece
Pursuing its wind energy expansion in Europe, EDF Energies
Nouvelles announces the commissioning of the Viotia 2 wind farm in
Greece, which has 38 MW in total capacity.
Located in Beotia, in the North
West of Athens, this wind farm is
equipped with 19 turbines supplied
by Danish manufacturer Vestas.
The Viotia 2 facility is owned by the
EDF Energies Nouvelles group,
which holds 52.2% through its EDF EN Greece and RETD subsidiaries,
and by PPC Renewables, a subsidiary of Greek national electricity
company Public Power Corporation.
Number two of the wind energy market in Greece, EDF Energies Nouvelles
completes with this wind park its seventh project in the country. To date,
EDF EN has commissioned 187.4 MW in gross capacity in Greece.
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expanding in the distributed renewable energies sector. Brunswick
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