Poland’s No.2 power firm Tauron backed from talks on selling its wind farms with the hitherto partner and launched cooperation with smaller rival Enea on its renewable sources of energy business, Tauron said on Thursday.
The highly indebted Tauron planned to sell four of its wind farms to free more funds. In May the company said it was negotiating with one partner, which local media said was Marguerite fund.
“The project is significant to us and that is why we start negotiations with a new partner based on thoroughly different assumptions. We will consider different options of cooperation,” Tauron’s CEO Dariusz Lubera was quoted as saying in a statement.