• Infinis to be sold 'in three chunks'

    18 April 2016

    Guy Hands is again trying to sell his UK renewables business, Infinis, and is understood to be prepared to break it up into three chunks to help flush out buyers, Environmental Finance has learned.

  • Terra Firma takes Infinis private in the face of 'adversely affected' growth prospects

    22 October 2015

    British private equity giant Terra Firma has decided to delist renewables developer Infinis, less than two years after the company floated.

  • UK government faces legal challenge over cuts to CCL

    03 September 2015

    The UK government is to face legal action over its plan to cut the climate change levy (CCL) exemption, a tax exemption for renewable energy, from two UK businesses affected by the decision.

  • Moody's lowers outlook on Infinis

    22 July 2015

    Guy Hands' landfill gas and onshore wind developer Infinis was placed on review for a credit rating downgrade after the UK government called time on a tax break for the renewables sector.

  • UK government slammed for lifting renewable energy tax breaks

    09 July 2015

    Renewable energy consumption will no longer be exempt from tax in the UK, in a government move that has been slammed for discouraging investment in the sector.

  • Infinis agrees £83m financing for UK wind

    15 June 2015

    UK renewable energy firm, Infinis, has agreed a £83 million ($129 million) financing package for a project in Scotland.

  • Terra Firma may sell its majority stake in UK renewables firm Infinis

    15 December 2014

    UK private equity giant Terra Firma is considering the possibility of selling its 68.6% stake in renewable energy company Infinis Energy.

  • Renewables stocks see share prices fall ahead of Scotland referendum

    17 September 2014

    Renewables stocks exposed to Scotland have seen their share prices fall slightly ahead of the country's referendum on independence.

  • Stellar wind performance puts Infinis on track for £55m dividend

    19 June 2014

    Infinis Energy, the renewables company run by private equity giant Terra Firma, said it was on target to pay out a £55 million ($93 million) dividend to investors, following "very strong financial results".

  • John Laing gets its £160m renewables IPO away

    26 March 2014

    UK infrastructure company John Laing succeeded in publicly listing a renewables fund today, although it took a larger-than-previously-expected stake in the £160 million ($262 million) offering.