Green Investments (Made by the Green Investment Bank since August 2017)
These entries relate to investments by the Green Investment Group (GIG) at the time they were made; the investments may no longer be held by GIG
23rd April 2019
An agreement to invest £30M (INR 275 Crores) by UK Climate Investments in CleanMax Solar to install rooftop and ground mounted solar energy for commercial and industrial clients in India.
22nd March 2019
Undisclosed investment for a 40% stake, held with Covanta (40%) and Veolia (20%), of the Rookery South project to build a >60MWe waste-to-energy plant in Stewartby, Bedfordshire.
17th January 2019
A planned £28M (R500 M) cornerstone investment by UK Climate Investments in Revego Africa Energy Limited, which is targeting R2000M to acquire equity in operational renewable energy projects in sub-Saharan Africa.
18th December 2018
Undisclosed investment for a 50% stake, held with Covanta, of the £210M project to build a 21.5MWe waste-to-energy plant in Grangemouth, Scotland, to supply heat and electricity from Earls Gate Energy Centre.
19th July 2018
€270M 100% equity investment, including c€160M of third party senior debt, for 235MW of onshore wind in Central Sweden.
27th March 2018
Undisclosed investment for an additional 25% ownership stake in the operational 210 MW offshore wind farm Westernmost Rough, purchased from Marubeni Corporation.
18th December 2017
€136M investment for 50% equity stake in the operational waste-to-energy (WtE) plant in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, as a first stage in a partnership with Covanta Holding Corporation to deliver new WtE facilities.
7th November 2017
€300M joint equity investment with GE Energy Financial Services, plus close to €500M of third party debt, for 650MW of onshore wind in northern Sweden.
30th October 2017
Up to £30M of UK Climate Investments funds in partnership with Lightsource, with additional third party funding and debt, for up to 300MW of solar photo-voltaic projects in India.
7th September 2017
£38M of debt financing for Wheelabrator Technologies (total senior debt facility £207M) for a new waste-to-energy plant (Ferrybridge Multifuel
2), in West Yorkshire.