E.ON to Invest $1,301.5 Million in Amrumbank West Offshore Wind Power Project in Germany

Power and gas utility company E.ON AG (E.ON) announced an investment of €1,000m ($1,301.5m) for the construction of the offshore Amrumbank West wind power project in Helwin Economic Zone, Germany. The total installed capacity of the project will be 288 MW and will use 80 Siemens-made turbines. The investment per MW will be approximately $4.51m. The electricity generated from the project, which is expected to become operational by 2015, will be sufficient to power about 300,000 households.

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1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

2 Summary

3 E.ON to Invest $1,301.5 Million in Amrumbank West Offshore Wind Power Project in Germany

3.1 Deal Overview

3.2 Deal in Brief

3.3 Comparable Deals

3.4 Features of Amrumbank West Offshore Wind Power Project

3.5 Key Drivers of the Deal

3.5.1 E.ON’s Drive to Become a Leading Green Energy Provider

3.5.2 Capitalizing on Offshore Growth Prospects

3.5.3 E.ON’s Proven Expertise in Offshore Wind Projects

3.5.4 Government Support for Development of Offshore Wind Power

3.6 About the Companies

3.6.1 E.ON AG.

3.6.2 Siemens Energy

4 Appendix

4.1 Abbreviations

4.2 Methodology

4.2.1 Coverage

4.2.2 Secondary Research

4.2.3 Primary Research

4.2.4 Modeling and Forecasting

4.3 Contact Us

4.5 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Comparable Deals

Table 2: Abbreviations

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