NewNet Daily Newsletter: Deal round up: European wind industry sticks to home turf

Jay Owen Green Prosperity

NewNet Daily Newsletter

3 June 2013

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Deal News

Deal round up: European wind industry sticks to home turf PREMIUM

Baylor Solar Energy raises debt, equity round

Kedco names Foresight as funding partner for 12MW Enfield biomass project

Centrica sells 50% interest in Hermes-owned wind farm

Skyline Innovations closes $2m mezzanine financing for expansion

RWE Innogy consented for Galloper offshore wind, South England

LDK Solar likely to miss payment after scrapping Silicon unit IPO

Electrawinds, IFC InfraVentures jointly develop Kenyan wind


Company News

Stock round-up: Investors buy back in to solar on Goldman rating increasePREMIUM

Yingli targets 13% emissions cut in solar manufacturing PREMIUM

UK’s shale gas reserves ‘huge’, says developer IGas

Ikeuchi Towel becomes first Japanese company to be labelled WindMade

Scotland’s 66MW WKN wind farm gets partial go-ahead

Irish government targets green economy with €175m seed, venture capital fundPREMIUM

Energy Bill a ‘major opportunity’ to make UK world-leading low-carbon economyPREMIUM

Lord Sugar seeks UK green energy target

Ontario shifts renewables framework to give more local say



Deal Leads

India energy investor Aavishkaar Venture closes $95m fund

Global clean technology developer raising pre-IPO funds

New fund launched to invest in Ireland’s early stage green companies


Latest Industry Profile (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Industry Profile: Nick Boyle, Lightsource Renewable Energy

The CEO of the UK’s biggest player in the large-scale solar market, Lightsource Renewable Energy, has told NewNet he is impressed with the country’s fast-growing solar market and that policy certainty in the country is proving more beneficial than government subsidies.