Japanese invest in North Sea
On Thursday, a Japanese conglomerate paid £200 million to take a 49% stake in a UK offshore wind farm. The sale marked the first equity investment by an Asian company in this particular area of the European wind energy market.
For Dong Energy, the Danish company responsible for developing the site and selling of almost half its stake, the deal freed up significant capital, while for the indust ...
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