Developers create joint venture for UK onshore wind

Canada's Boralex and British Infinergy are teaming up to develop "as many projects as possible," over coming years. The duo has 325 MW in the pipeline.

Boralex and Infinergy have teamed up on an equally-divided joint venture. The aim is to develop a pipeline of 10 wind turbine projects, each 6-80 MW in size and with total 325 MW capacity, announce the companies. 

While Canada's Boralex has hitherto been primarily active in its homeland and in France, Infinergy has developed projects in the UK for more than 350 MW. This figure will now increase with an investment in Scotland.

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