According to EBRD website, the project will provide up to EUR 18 million long-term senior debt financingfor the construction, financing, refinancing and operation of a 44 MW wind farm portfolio owned and controlled by Terna Energy in Greece. The portfolio comprises two operational wind farms with 38MW capacity and one wind farm for construction with 6MW capacity.
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Project Contact: Telis Spiliotis
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone No.: +30 210 6968300; +30 210 6968096
Office Address: TERNA ENERGY S.A. 85, Mesogeion Ave. 11526 Athens, Greece
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