Partial transfer of the shares of two wind farms in the Netherlands

Partial transfer of the shares of two wind farms in the Netherlands



As of November 16, 2021, Eurus Energy Group has completed a partial transfer of its shares in two wind farms operating in the province of Groningen, the Netherlands, Windpark Mauve and Windpark Mondriaan, to Groningen Seaports NV.


Groningen Seaports is a public enterprise that manages and operates the Ports of Delfzijl and Eemshaven, as well as adjacent industrial estates. We will continue to manage the operation of the two wind farms, both of which are located near the Port of Delfzijl. Furthermore, Eurus and Groningen Seaports have entered into a long-term collaboration to develop renewable energy projects in the region, including new businesses such as the production of green hydrogen.


Groningen Seaports CEO Cas König is proud of the collaboration: “Eurus is a major player in sustainable energy worldwide. It opens doors to new markets and collaborations. We are pleased that such a large company endorses the importance of the northern seaports and sees opportunities in our area.”


Koji Tsuchimoto, Managing Director Eurus Energy Europe, sees this as an important step: “With Groningen Seaports as our partner, we will redouble our commitment to the responsible operation of Mauve and Mondriaan wind farms, as well as further expansion of sustainable energy business in Groningen.”


Aiming to realize our corporate philosophy of “Helping to Preserve the Global Environment by Disseminating and Expanding Clean Energy Technologies” and to contribute to the creation of a sustainable economy and society, Eurus is accelerating our efforts to create new business opportunities besides the power generation business.


“Wind farms Mondriaan and Mauve at industrial area Oosterhorn at Delfzijl (photo Groningen Seaports)”


Outline of the Project

Name of the project Capacity (MW) unites Wind Turbine Type Start of  operation
Windpark Mauve 30.1 7 Vestas V136 4.3 MW 2021/5
Windpark Mondriaan 38.7 9 Vestas V136 4.3 MW 2021/9
TOTAL 68.8 16


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