UK Export Finance earmarks £217m for Turkey's largest solar plant

Cecilia Keating
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The plant is set to come online by 2022 | Credit: iStock
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The plant is set to come online by 2022 | Credit: iStock

Major new renewables deal announced as UKEF confirms major overhaul of its guarantee policy to help drive green investment

The UK's export credit agency has announced it is to provide £217m to support the construction of Turkey's largest solar project, a 1.35GW plant that aims to provide up to two million households with clean...

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