Enea buys 50 megawatt wind farm in north-western Poland

WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish utility Enea has bought a 50 megawatt wind farm in the north-western part of the country from world's biggest wind turbine maker Vestas and plans to expand its capacity to a maximum of 60 MW.

WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish utility Enea has bought a 50 megawatt wind farm in the north-western part of the country from world's biggest wind turbine maker Vestas and plans to expand its capacity to a maximum of 60 MW.

"The Bardy wind farm has capabilities to expand to a total capacity of 60 MW. Enea plans to obtain all the permits to build further turbines by the end of the year," Enea said in a statement.

Enea declined to reveal the value of the purchase of the farm, which consists of 25 turbines of 2 megawatts each.

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