With more than 5,600 members from households and businesses across Scotland, England, and Wales holding partial ownership, the wind farm is expected to generate affordable, renewable energy upon its completion in early 2024.
Germany, leading the charge, is expected to achieve a record high in total solar PV capacity, while other emerging markets like Poland and the Netherlands are also experiencing considerable growth, predominantly due to the increasing popularity of rooftop installations.
The wind turbine disaster has overshadowed the company's profitable businesses, triggering significant investor unease and reflecting broader challenges in the German industrial landscape amid the green energy transition.
Despite Europe's significant role in the wind power industry, the region's turbine producers have been grappling with operational losses, necessitating intervention to ensure the industry's sustained growth.
Notwithstanding the challenges faced by the sector, the fund continues to express interest in securing direct stakes in renewable energy projects, a relatively recent investment strategy initiated in 2020.
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