Italy's biggest utility said it's Green Power unit would take the lead in developing and building each project that would be mutually financed and governed by Enel and Norfund
July 09, 2020. By News Bureau
Enel Green Power has entered into a deal with Norwegian Investment Fund Norfund to finance, build and operate new renewable projects in India, Enel said.
Italy's biggest utility said its Green Power unit would take the lead in developing and building each project that would be mutually financed and governed by Enel and Norfund.
"This agreement gives us the opportunity to expand and strengthen our presence in India, after recently scoring our first win in a solar tender in the country," said Enel Green Power CEO Antonio Cammisecra in a statement.
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