GÖRG advises Trianel Erneuerbare Energien on the acquisition of the Spreeau wind park
GÖRG advises Trianel Erneuerbare Energien GmbH & Co. KG (TEE) on the acquisition of the Spreeau wind park in Brandenburg. The seller of the wind park is ABO Wind AG from Wiesbaden, which will also be responsible for the construction of the wind park. With eight Vestas V150-4.2MW wind turbines and a total output of 33.6 megawatts, the Spreeau wind park is the largest in TEE's portfolio to date.
The wind park is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2021. In future, it will produce around 110 million kilowatt hours per year - this corresponds to the consumption of around 33,000 households and saves around 75,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually. TEE, which already operates a wind park in the immediate vicinity of the Spreeau wind park, and ABO Wind AG had already cooperated during the project planning of the wind park.
Under the lead management of partner Jan Schellenberger, GÖRG structured the purchase process for TEE, accompanied the negotiations and provided comprehensive advice on all legal issues within the transaction as well as in the context of the cooperation.
Advisors Trianel Erneuerbare Energien
GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB
Jan Schellenberger, Partner (lead management), Project Development/Contract Law, Cologne
Thoralf Herbold, Partner, Energy Law/Public Commercial Law, Cologne/Hamburg
Dr. Thomas Lange, Partner, Financing, Cologne
Dr. Ruth Büchl-Winter, Associated Partner, M&A/Corporate Law/Tax, Cologne
Dr. Ilka Mainz, Associate, Energy Law/Public Commercial Law, Cologne
About Trianel Erneuerbare Energien
The TEE involves 37 public utilities from Germany and the public utility cooperation Trianel. Together, they are investing around half a billion euros in the development and expansion of their own renewable energy portfolio with wind turbines and PV ground-mounted systems throughout Germany. With the acquisition of the wind park, TEE's renewable energy portfolio will grow to around 235 MW of capacity, of which around 44 MW are photovoltaic capacity and around 191 MW wind capacity.