Green Investment Group and Covanta eye pipeline of waste-to-energy projects

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Dublin waste to energy plant | Credit: Covanta

First step in partnership will see GIG invest €136m to acquire 50 per cent stake in Covanta's operational waste facility in Dublin

Green Investment Group has agreed to invest €136m in return for for a 50 per cent stake in developer Covanta's newly-operational waste-to-energy facility in Dublin, marking the first step in a potential...

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