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Vinge advises BlackRock Renewable Finance (Dublin) Limited on its acquisition of Arise Wind Farm 10 AB

November 14, 2014

Vinge is advising BlackRock Renewable Finance (Dublin) Limited in connection with the acquisition of Arise Wind Farm 10 AB. The deal includes the sale of the construction-ready 46.2 MW Brotorp wind farm. Arise AB will manage the construction of the project, and once operational, operate the project on behalf of BlackRock Renewable Finance (Dublin) Limited through a construction and asset management agreement. BlackRock Renewable Finance (Dublin) Limited will provide equity to the project and a project finance facility has successfully been secured from SEB.

The Vinge team advising BlackRock Renewable Finance (Dublin) Limited includes partner Johan Göthberg and associates Gustav Jönsson and Johan Cederblad. Partner Fabian Ekeblad and associates Anders Morén and Oscar Rydén are advising on the financing of the transaction.

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