The European Commission said the EC has approved the acquisition of Stavro Vind of Sweden by NAEV SOLVENTUS, controlled by NAEV Infrastructure Funds of Germany, Siemens, and Korea Midland Power Co. (KoMiPo), a subsidiary of Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), of South Korea. The acquisition complies with EU Merger Regulation, the Commission said.
Stavro Vind has been set up for the planning, construction, financing and operation of a wind park composed of two onshore wind farm sites in ...
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