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Thursday, 3 October 2019

Germany’s Senvion pulls out of Ras Ghareb wind energy plant tender

German wind energy company Senvion has retracted its bid in the tender for Lekela’s 250 MW Ras Ghareb wind energy plant because of financial difficulties, unnamed sources from the New and Renewable Energy Authority said, according to Al Mal. This leaves Siemens Gamesa and Denmark’s Vestas in the running for the project. The plant is expected to cost EUR 260 mn and will be funded by Germany's KfW bank, the European Investment Bank, the French Agency for Development, and the EU.

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