BP sells Indian wind farms

Global energy giant BP has sold its wind power assets in India to focus on its US wind portfolio, the company announced in a statement today.

Indian power producer Green Infra has bought the BP subsidiary, BP Energy India Private, which operates three Indian wind farms with a total generating capacity of 100 megawatts (MW). The assets were sold for 4.62 billion rupees ($95 million) with a net debt assumed by the purchaser of 2.84 billion rupees.

BP decided to concentrate on US wind development

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