Thus, Impax, listed on the London Stock Exchange, is made with wind turbines projects in operation and development of renewable Eolia in the North and West of France and Poland, near the German border. Assets in operation and development in the transaction already have contracts to supply wind turbines by Enercon and Nordex, said the company managed Eolia.
"We are very pleased with this transaction, which is part of the rationalization of our portfolio began this past spring when we started with the sale of several wind farm projects in Mexico," said CFO Renewable Eolia, Christopher Rodriguez, before qualifying for Impax "experienced buyer and builder in the wind power sector." The legal advisors of the transaction by the Renewable Eolia and CGR have been Garrigues Legal. Impax has received legal advice from Norton Rose, Gomez Acebo & Pombo and Ernst & Young. The operation has not had financial advisors.
According to the company’s chief financial officer, Christopher Rodriguez, the operation is part of the rationalization of the portfolio began last spring with the sale of wind energy projects in Mexico. Renewable Eolia reported that the price of the transaction were not made public.
By José Santamarta, www.eolia.com/