Greencoat Renewables to list in Dublin and London
The company plans to raise €250 million as part of the flotation
- Greencoat will raise up to €250 million as part of the flotation, becoming the first company to take a listing on the Irish stock market since 2016. The company said AIB and the Irish Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), which funded the acquisition of its seed portfolio, have made conditional investment commitments of up to €105 million
- The company said it was taking a listing "in order to raise new funds and position the company for...
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