NextEnergy Capital launches fifth solar investment fund

Kathleen Gallagher
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Solar and battery storage investment firm said the new fund would primarily invest in solar and energy storage assets in OECD countries

NextEnergy Capital has launched a new international solar fund, the London-based investment manager's fifth targeting the sector, it announced yesterday. The company said it was targeting capital commitments...

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