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Vinge advises Alecta in connection with investment in Stena Renewable

April 01, 2021

Vinge has advised Alecta in connection with an investment of SEK 1.6 billion in Stena Renewable AB, of which SEK 600 million will be invested over a 5-year period.

The investment is Alecta’s first direct investment in green energy and, following completion of the transaction, Alecta will own 20 per cent of the shares in Stena Renewable. The other shareholders of the company are Stena Adactum, AMF and Norway’s largest pension company, KLP.

Stena Renewable develops, constructs and operates onshore wind farms. The company currently has 115 wind turbines located on eight wind parks in Sweden.

Vinge’s team mainly consisted of Filip Öhrner, Peter Sundgren, Manne Bergström, Carl Fredrik Wachtmeister (M&A) and Johan Cederblad (Environmental law/Real Estate).

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