Lindahl acted as legal advisor to Danish European Energy in connection with its divestment of Zinkgruvan wind farm to German asset manager CEE Group. The wind farm is located north of Vättern Lake and consists of 14 GE Renewables turbines with a capacity of 3.8 MW, a rotor size of 137 meters and a hub height of 110 meters, together supplying approximately 40,000 Swedish households with fossil-free energy. The wind farm was completed in 2019. Zinkgruvan is European Energy’s second construction project in Sweden.
European Energy is a Copenhagen-based constructor of wind and solar farms as well as large scale green energy storage focusing on building solutions to prevent climate change. European Energy has installed and invested in more than 1,200 MW wind and solar farms since founded in 2004 and is currently developing and constructing parks in Europe, Australia and America.
CEE Group is a German headquartered asset manager specializing in investments in the field of renewable energies. The group invests in energy generation projects in the wind and solar sectors and now has onshore wind turbines with a total installed capacity of around 490 MW and photovoltaic plants with a capacity of around 315 MWp.
Lindahl’s team consisted of, amongst others, Annika Brandt, Ellen Frisk, Johan Herrström (M&A) and Johan Tollgerdt (client relations).