GIG acquires Irish offshore wind project

The investment group has taken ownership of a proposed 400MW offshore wind farm

GIG joins consortium to bid for Norwegian offshore wind

The consortium will bid for an area that will potentially accommodate up to 3GW of offshore wind capacity

Green Investment Group acquires first utility-scale battery projects in the UK

It has partnered with Capbal to deliver an initial 187MWh of projects, which are intended to provide a number of grid services, including frequency response

Green Investment Group launches new solar energy company

Cero Generation aims to deliver utility-scale, on-site generation projects and integrated energy storage solutions

Siemens and Macquarie team up to form US distributed energy joint venture

The new company, Calibrant Energy, will offer onsite energy-as-a-service solutions to customers, including corporate and industrial clients as well as municipalities, universities, schools and hospitals

Total to co-develop 2.3GW floating offshore wind portfolio in Korea

Five projects aim to support South Korea’s renewable energy target of reaching 12GW of offshore wind by 2030

Green Investment Group and Enso Energy join forces on subsidy-free solar and storage in the UK

By combining solar farms with battery storage technology, projects could address high demand during peak periods and provide flexibility and stability to the grid

Macquarie’s Green Investment Group and RIDG join forces to compete in ScotWind leasing round

ScotWind is the next round of seabed leasing for offshore wind development off the Scottish coast – the organisations aim to develop large-scale projects which will enhance the Scottish supply chain and economy

New 42MW energy recovery facility in Leicestershire achieves financial close

Located just off the M1 motorway in the East Midlands, the facility will be able to process up to 350,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste annually

Green Investment Group buys 48MW onshore wind farm in Poland

The Zajączkowo project has been operating for 11 years and generating enough electricity to power more than 38,000 homes a year