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Sale of GIB to Macquarie is confirmed
UK Climate Change and Industry minister Nick Hurd confirmed on 20 April that a deal had been agreed to sell the Green Investment Bank to Australian bank the Macquarie Group.
Aquila acquires six hydro plants in Norway
Alternative investment company Aquila Capital has acquired six run-of-river hydropower plants from the Norwegian energy company BKK AS.
EnBW wins offshore tender with zero-subsidy bid
The He Dreiht offshore wind farm is to become the world’s first offshore wind farm to be built without subsidies after EnBW won in the latest German auction round.
Toshiba wins Tanjung Jati B expansion deal
Toshiba has been awarded a major equipment supply contract for the Tanjung Jati B units 5 & 6 expansion project in Indonesia.
Solarcentury boost LatAm pipeline
Solarcentury has boosted its global solar power project pipeline with the acquisition of 400 MW in Latin America.
France sets floating wind tariff
The first four floating offshore wind farms constructed off the coast of France should receive a feed-in tariff of €240/MWh, the French government says.
Peabody emerges from Chapter 11
Coal firm Peabody has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and re-listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
MAN Diesel & Turbo invests in 3D printing process
MAN Diesel & Turbo is currently investing some €2.6 million ‘in order to utilise the numerous benefits of additive manufacturing along the whole value chain'.
Toshiba ‘may not continue as a going concern’
On 11 April, as it filed delayed financial results without auditor approval, Toshiba issued a warning over its ability to continue as a going concern.