FP Lux Investments acquires two wind farms in France and one project in Germany

The Luxembourg-based special fund FP Lux Investments is expanding the portfolio of its Wind Infrastructure I sub-fund for its institutional investors.
Three additional wind energy projects with a total capacity of 19.2 MW were recently acquired: the Melgven and Callac wind farms are French projects with a capacity of 10.8 MW, while the Gardelegen wind farm is located in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt and has a capacity of 8.4 MW. Altogether, the three parks can supply more than 15,300 households with electricity from renewable energy, saving more than 24,000 tons of CO2 per year.

Wind Infrastructure I is now fully invested.

Investments in Wind Infrastructure I are no longer possible. However, to ensure
investors continue to benefit from this promising asset class, re:cap and First Private Investment Management launched another renewable energy fund at the beginning of 2019: RE Infrastructure Opportunities.