Greencoat bags 156MW solar portfolio from BlackRock and Lightsource BP

Cecilia Keating
Greencoat Capital's 5MW Cocket Valley Farm in Swansea. Credit: Greencoat Capital

Greencoat Capital's 5MW Cocket Valley Farm in Swansea. Credit: Greencoat Capital

Assets acquired for an undisclosed amount include the CfD-backed 14.4MW Charity Farm in Shropshire, but is largely comprised of projects backed by Renewable Obligation Certificates, companies said.

Greencoat Solar has agreed to buy a 156MW portfolio of British solar assets from BlackRock Real Assets and Lightsource BP on behalf of a number of the UK's largest pension funds. The companies said...

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