• Industry: Green energy
  • Type: Equity
  • Min. investment: €1
  • Country: Netherlands

Windcentrale

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The Windcentrale was established in 2010 with the aim of accelerating the transition to sustainable energy in the Netherlands. By offering the opportunity to become a co-owner of a windmill, everyone can enjoy the benefits of wind energy.

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