• European yieldcos eye further expansion

    21 June 2017

    Three European renewable energy investment firms, with a focus on generating high dividend payouts, have announced plans to raise substantial amounts of new capital.

  • Yieldco JLEN raises £55.6m

    08 February 2017

    UK yieldco John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN) has raised £55.6 million ($69.1 million) by selling new shares.

  • Yieldco JLEN to raise £150m

    25 November 2016

    UK yieldco John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN) plans to raise more than £150 million ($190 million) by selling new shares.

  • EF BRIEFS: Moringa, MidAmerican Energy, JLEN

    31 August 2016

    Moringa, a European agro-forestry fund, has bought an equity stake in TexBel, a Belizean company specialising in the production of coconut water and citrus fruits.

  • EF BRIEFS: Gaelectric, ADB, JLEN

    08 August 2016

    Gaelectric has secured a €38 million ($42 million) financing package from Allied Irish Bank for the construction of two Irish wind farms.


    11 May 2016

    The Financial Stability Board's Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures has extended its feedback period until the end of the month.

  • JLEN confirms £45m goal for latest share offering

    20 May 2015

    John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN) has confirmed that it aims to raise £45 million ($70 million) from the share offering it announced last month.

  • JLEN eyes share offer to pay down debt

    21 April 2015

    John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN) is set to become the latest in a string of UK renewables funds to issue equity.

  • Independent Glennmont remains bullish on renewables

    13 February 2015

    Glennmont Partners is one of Europe's largest clean energy investors, having raised €937 million since 2009. CEO Joost Bergsma tells Graham Cooper how the firm – and the market – has evolved.

  • Limited capacity for more UK 'yieldcos', says lawyer

    21 January 2015

    The UK public equity market may have limited capacity to absorb more renewable energy 'yieldcos' – listed vehicles that mostly own operational solar and wind projects – according to a leading lawyer.