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Bank of Ireland backs renewable projects

Since its launch in February, Bank of Ireland’s €100 million renewable fund has attracted interest from a range of companies across its target sector.

11th April, 2009

Since its launch in February, Bank of Ireland’s €100 million renewable fund has attracted interest from a range of companies across its target sector. Bronagh Larkin, a senior manager in the bank’s tax and project finance team, said it had received expressions of interest relating to biomass, hydro, wave and wind energy projects.

‘‘Business Banking is in the process of closing three renewable transactions and has a strong pipeline for 2009,...

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