Renewable Energy Holdings (LON:REH) - Disposal of Bryn Posteg

Friday, Jan 22 2010 by

Jan 22nd 2010 - Equity Development today published a report on Renewable Energy Holdings (REH.L, LSE:REH, LON:REH) entitled "Disposal Of Bryn Posteg". In summary, the report says:

The final step in REH's current move to focus on its European wind farm portfolio has been taken with the disposal of Bryn Posteg, the Welsh Landfill Gas Asset for £2.75m cash

The wind regime in Germany in 2009 was below average, but a return to normal conditions and the development of the Polish and Welsh assets should see a gain in REH's forward momentum

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