Infram Energy, which launched earlier this year, now has more than 95MW of capacity in its portfolio.
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The Mirova-Eurofideme 3 fund now controls 95 percent of two wind farms worth a combined €123m.
Falling power prices following the end of a fixed-price contract have led to a write down of about $16m.
Described by the Danish government as a bellwether in 2009, the 21MW site is now being touted to local and foreign investors.
The 600MW plant will be one of the world’s largest in what is a major strategy shift for the Italian investor.
The ‘astounding’ results have awarded strike prices to 11 offshore wind, biomass and energy-from-waste projects with more than 3GW capacity.
The vehicle is also closing in on the acquisition of six small-scale plants in Norway.
The deal agreed by Greencoat Solar is the first acquisition since the initial 108MW bought upon launching late last year.
An initial 30 sites have been acquired by the new platform, with further deals slated for later in the year.
The listed fund has spent £286m on acquisitions in the past eight days, boosting its portfolio to 617MW.