Low Carbon Gets $163 Million From Macquarie for U.K. Solar

(Bloomberg) — Low Carbon, a London-based clean energy
investor, received 106 million pounds ($163 million) of debt
funding from a unit of Macquarie Group Ltd. to refinance part of
its pipeline of U.K. solar-power plants.

Low Carbon will use the fixed-rate and retail price index-linked funding from Macquarie Infrastructure Debt Investment
Solutions to refinance 12 operating solar parks with a combined
capacity of 99.2 megawatts, it said in an e-mailed statement

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