(Bloomberg) — John Laing Environmental Assets Group Ltd.,
a U.K.-based infrastructure investor, bought three solar
projects for 42.5 million pounds ($62.7 million).
The company acquired a 64 percent stake in a 14.7-megawatt
facility in Cornwall and took ownership of two projects in
Scotland and Wales with 15.3 megawatts and 8.2 megawatts in
capacity respectively, it said Wednesday by e-mail.
The group borrowed 50 million pounds from HSBC Holdings Plc
and NIBC Bank NV in October to buy solar and wind plants as well
as waste and water-processing facilities, it said then.
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