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Mainstream starts construction on €450m SA windfarms

Author: Paul O'Donoghue

IRISH energy firm Mainstream Renewable Power has begun construction on two large windfarms in South Africa in a venture worth over €450m.

The windfarms, which will be located in South Africa’s Northern Cape, will have a combined capacity of 280 megwatts (MW).

The Khobab and Loeriesfontein windfarms, which are situated alongside each other within the Hantam Municipality, represent a total investment value of approximately 7 billion South African Rand (€452m).

The project will be developed and owned by Mainstream’s joint investment platform Lakela Power and will be managed by Mainstream Renewable Power South Africa.

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IRISH energy firm Mainstream Renewable Power has begun construction on two large windfarms in South Africa in a venture worth over €450m.

The windfarms, which will be located in South Africa’s Northern Cape, will have a combined capacity of 280 megwatts (MW).

The Khobab and Loeriesfontein windfarms, which are situated alongside each other within the Hantam Municipality, represent a total investment value of approximately 7 billion South African Rand (€452m).

The project will be developed and owned by Mainstream’s joint investment platform Lakela Power and will be managed by Mainstream Renewable Power South Africa.

 

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