RWE takes controlling stake in 400MW Rampion offshore wind farm

Michael Holder
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The 400MW Rampion wind farm is located 13km off the Sussex coast
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The 400MW Rampion wind farm is located 13km off the Sussex coast

German energy giant to finalise transaction that will see it take up E.ON's remaining 20 per cent stake in project off the Sussex coast

RWE has agreed to snap up an additional 20 per cent stake in the Rampion offshore wind farm from European energy giant E.ON, giving RWE majority ownership of the 400MW project in the English Channel...

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