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DZP advised ENGIE Zielona Energia, owned by the French energy group ENGIE, on purchasing companies implementing 102.5 MW photovoltaic projects. The first tranche of the transaction included the acquisition of companies with 32.8 MW projects, and the subsequent tranches are planned for the first half of 2023.
On 22 December 2022, ENGIE Zielona Energia sp. z o.o. signed a preliminary conditional agreement for the purchase of all the shares in companies implementing photovoltaic farm projects with a total capacity of 102.5 MW. The seller is Columbus Energy S.A., listed on NewConnect, and the value of the transaction is more than EUR 97 million.
The client was advised by a team led by Rafał Hajduk, Partner in the Infrastructure and Energy Practice, which included Paweł Karasiński, Senior Associate, Małgorzata Wężyk, Senior Associate, Natalia Plaskiewicz, Associate, Michał Pytkowski, Associate, Karina Krzoska, Associate, and other lawyers as well as Magdalena Skowrońska, Partner and Tomasz Kalicki, Senior Associate from the Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice.
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