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Irish energy company to purchase wind farms

The Irish state-owned energy company Bord Gáis Éireann is building a number of wind farms with funds made available by PFA.

Vestas will supply the 24 MW turbines to the wind farm Lisheen II, which will be placed near Moyne in Tipperary in central Ireland. The project is a considerable extension to the existing wind farm.

“PFA’s money is put to work for Danish export and at the same time it is a good investment. In future, we look forward to contribute to other attractive projects which will increase Danish exports for the benefit of Danish growth and employment,” says PFA Asset Management managing director Poul Kobberup.

“The cooperation between EKF and PFA is a classic example of how the public and private investors can join forces to boost Danish exports. The cooperation has attracted massive international attention, but first and foremost it helps secure Danish jobs,” says EKF CEO Anette Eberhard.

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