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The European Union will begin to enforce more strict privacy rules under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which applies to companies globally that offer goods and services to European Union residents. To ensure we are providing you with the latest documentation about how we collect, use, share and secure your information, we want to […]
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WKN concludes a framework agreement with John Laing

Agreement for potential future WKN projects in France and Poland WKN AG, a leading developer of wind energy farms based in Husum, Germany, concluded a framework agreement with John Laing Investments Ltd (“John Laing”) at the beginning of the year regarding the future acquisition of international wind energy projects. John Laing Investments Limited is a […]
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WKN wind farm sold to CEE

German wind farm Westerengel to be commissioned in 2016 At the end of 2015 the Husum-based project developer WKN AG has sold the German wind energy project Westerengel to CEE, an investment company located in Hamburg. CEE is belonging to Lampe Equity Management (LEM)-Group, a subsidiary of Bankhaus Lampe. Handover of the project will take […]
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WKN Annual General Meeting elects a new Supervisory Board

The outgoing Supervisory Board members forego fixed remuneration in 2015 At today’s Annual General Meeting of WKN AG, a company belonging to the PNE WIND Group, all the resolution proposals submitted by the Board of Management and Supervisory Board on the agenda items were approved by a majority of over 89 percent with a presence […]
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WKN wind farm Apensen II approved

Commissioning planned for 2016 The Husum-based WKN Group has obtained approval for its wind expansion project Apensen II. The project is located in the Stade district of Lower Saxony near the town of Buxtehude. As an expansion of the existing 21-turbine wind farm Apensen, which was also developed by WKN, Apensen II is intended to […]
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WKN wind farm Looft II put into operation

Turnkey handover to the investor CEE   After commissioning, the Husum-based WKN Group punctually handed over wind farm Looft II to the investor CEE, an investment company located in Hamburg. CEE is belonging to Lampe Equity Management (LEM)-Group, a subsidiary of Bankhaus Lampe.   The Schleswig-Holstein project Looft II in the district of Steinburg consists […]
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WKN Group repowers the Weidehof wind farm

Wind farm already commissioned in 2014 At the end of 2014 the Weidehof wind farm in the district of Dithmarschen in Schleswig-Holstein was connected to the grid as scheduled within the framework of a repowering project. The former eight turbines of Vestas types V47 and V52 that had been mainly erected in 1999 were replaced […]
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PNE WIND AG has founded the German and the UK Yieldco companies

Cuxhaven / Edinburgh – PNE WIND AG has now founded the subsidiary companies PNE WIND Yieldco Deutschland GmbH (Cuxhaven) and the PNE WIND Yieldco International Limited (Edinburgh, Scotland). With this step, the strategic expansion of PNE WIND AG’s business model to initiate a Yieldco with 150 MW of German onshore wind farms is moving quickly […]
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KGAL acquires another WKN wind farm

Project Siebenbäumen to be commissioned in 2015 At the close of 2014 the Husum project developer WKN AG sold another project called Siebenbäumen to the KGAL Group with its headquarters in Grünwald near Munich. Siebenbäumen will extend wind farm Kastorf that had been sold to KGAL before and which has already been put into operation. […]
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New address of the Sevivon branch in Gdańsk as from the 01.12.2014

Dear Sirs, Please be informed that as from the 01.12.2014 the adress of the Sevivon branch in Gdańsk will change to: Sevivon Sp. z o.o. ul. Norblina 27, 80-304 Gdańsk As from 01.12.2014 new phone contact details will be available. Sevivon Team
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