Statkraft sells four Spanish PV farms

The Norwegian state-owned utility sells four solar projects to British investor TRIG.

Photo: PR / Statkraft

Statkraft continues its renewables sales, this time off-handing four Spanish solar projects to UK-based investor group The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG), the Norwegian utility writes in a statement.

The facilities are located in Cadiz, southern Spain, and are the first major sale of a Solarcentury project since Statkraft acquired the solar energy firm at the end of last year.

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