Q&A: New Investment Revs Up Repsol's Low-Carbon Drive

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Spanish major Repsol last week announced it was selling a 25% stake in its renewables business, Repsol Renovables, to a consortium of Credit Agricole Assurances and Energy Infrastructure Partners (EIP) for €905 million ($947 million) after an 18-month search and selection process. Joao Costeira, Repsol’s executive director of low-carbon generation, tells Energy Intelligence how the new investors will be involved going forward, as the company looks to grow its roughly 1.6 gigawatts of currently installed renewable capacity.

Renewable Electricity , Low-Carbon Policy, Corporate Strategy , M&A
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