DIF Capital Partners has invested in a 108MW onshore wind project portfolio in Poland.
The manager said it has acquired the four projects in Poland on behalf of the DIF Infrastructure Fund VI fund from German wind project developer Sabowind.
Financial details were undisclosed.
As the projects are ready to build, DIF will invest throughout the construction of the projects.
Construction commenced upon closing of the transaction and two projects are expected to become operational by the third quarter of 2022 and the remaining two are expected to become operational by the first quarter of 2023.
DIF marked its entry into the Polish renewables market in MAarch with the acquisition of two onshore wind projects.
Christopher Mansfield, partner at DIF Capital Partners, said: “DIF is delighted to enter into its second onshore wind transaction in the Polish renewables market and to support Poland’s ongoing energy transition.
“The projects fit well within the investment strategy of DIF Infrastructure Fund VI and with the earlier acquired Polish projects form an attractive wind portfolio with a total capacity of 171MW, which is expected to be fully operational within the next 24 months.”
DIF Infrastructure VI, the global infrastructure fund raised more than €3bn at its final close in October last year.
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