Bord na Móna to raise €1.6bn for green projects
Wind and solar energy projects planned for semi-state’s 200,000-acre landholding
Bord na Móna will raise €1.6 billion for climate action and green energy projects across Ireland, the semi-state announced today.
Goodbody Corporate Finance has been appointed to manage the fundraising for a number of significant climate action projects on Bord na Mona’s 200,000-acre landholding. These will include wind and solar energy infrastructure and are expected to be delivered over the next ten years.
Bord na Móna is already planning six large-scale...
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