UK Infrastructure Bank commits £250m to solar investment fund in maiden private sector deal

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The Llawern solar plant, one of the NextPower UK ESG funds 'seed assets' | Credit: NextEnergy Capital
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The Llawern solar plant, one of the NextPower UK ESG funds 'seed assets' | Credit: NextEnergy Capital

The new fund is aiming to facilitate the development of 1GW of power from around 30 solar farms across the UK

The UK Infrastructure Bank is to funnel up to £250m into a new investment fund dedicated to accelerating subsidy-free solar energy, as part of its first private sector deal announced today. The investor...

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