Greencoat snaps up 36MW Andershaw wind farm from Statkraft for £120m

Cecilia Keating
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The Andershaw wind farm is south of Glasgow | Credit: Statkraft
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The Andershaw wind farm is south of Glasgow | Credit: Statkraft

Statkraft announces sale of Scottish farm as Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners acquires the UK’s largest consented single site solar-plus-storage project in Kent

Statkraft has sold the 36MW Andershaw wind farm in South Lanarkshire to wind power specialist Greencoat UK Wind plc for £120m, with the European renewables major planning to use all of the proceeds from...

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