Bruton Knowles has been instructed to market two operational 500KW wind turbines in the East Midlands.
The two EWT turbines, which are in Leicestershire, were installed in 2014/15 and produce enough electricity to power around 700 homes.
The units benefit from the Government’s Feed in Tariffs scheme and have an associated Power Purchase Agreement.
Gareth Lay, Associate at Bruton Knowles in Shrewsbury, said: "The potential of renewable energy production in the UK is significant, as investors are seeking more environmentally friendly investment schemes. The sale of the two EWT turbines presents a rare opportunity to acquire a profitable scheme with proven outputs.”
The change in appetite from investment funds such as Aviva, coupled with greater political pressure on green targets, is creating huge opportunities for operators of low-carbon technologies. Wind energy is being targeted for investment opportunities for both onshore and off shore schemes.
Gareth added: “Given the unique nature of these sites, we are expecting a lot of interest from a range of investors, from private individuals to pension companies.
“The sale of property of this nature is usually handled privately, and rarely comes to the public market place. The public sale of these turbines is very unusual in the renewables market.
“The guide price reflects the income generating potential for the residual term of the tariffs. With actual historic data available for the sites, it seems likely the sales will produce significant interest.”
The two wind turbines are being offered on the market with a combined guide price of £4.45 million.