Mainstream Renewable to chase IPO in wake of Norwegian sale
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Mainstream Renewable Power will seek an IPO within three years according to its chairman Eddie O’Connor, who has just completed a majority equity sale of the business he founded.
The Irish renewable energy development firm, which has clean energy assets across Asia, Latin America and Africa, has agreed to sell a 75 per cent equity stake to Aker Horizons, a Norwegian development company, valuing Mainstream at over €1 billion.
The company was founded in...
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