Danish pension fund invests £153m in UK wind

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PensionDanmark set to acquire 49 per cent share of six wind farms owned by Falck Renewables

PensionDanmark is poised to invest £153m in six UK onshore wind farms owned by Falck Renewables. The Danish pension company said the deal will see it take a 49 per cent share in the sites in Scotland...

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