DIF acquires a UK onshore wind project

door Mark Vuurberg op 28 sep 2016, 16:21 DIF acquires a UK onshore wind project

Schiphol, 28th September 2016 – DIF Infrastructure IV has acquired a 26MW operational wind project in the UK.

DIF is pleased to announce that the DIF Infrastructure IV fund has closed the acquisition of the Wadlow wind project from BEIF II, a fund managed by 3i. Wadlow is an operational 26 MW onshore wind farm, located in South Cambridgeshire, UK, equipped with 13x Vestas V90 turbines and is financed by Lloyds and EIB. Wadlow was commissioned in September 2012 and is serviced under a long-term full service O&M contract with Vestas. DIF was advised by Watson Farley & Williams (legal), DNV GL (technical) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (tax & accounting).

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DIF was established in 2005 as an independent fund management company and has circa € 3.3bn of funds under management.

DIF invests in infrastructure assets that generate long term stable cash flows, including PPP/PFI, renewable energy, regulated and contracted assets in Europe, North America and Australia.

DIF has approximately 65 staff across 8 offices in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Luxembourg, Madrid, Toronto and Sydney.

For more information, please contact:

Christopher Mansfield, Partner

Allard Ruijs, Partner

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