Trig sets sights on £300m clean energy IPO

The latest of three large floats to take advantage of growing investor appetite for green energy, The Renewables Infrastructure Group (Trig), a wind and solar focused closed-ended investment fund, is set to raise £300m through a London IPO next month.

  • By Andrew Griffin
  • 27 Jun 2013

Trig — which will be managed by InfraRed, the same firm behind the popular HICL Infrastructure fund — expects to pay a 6p annual dividend, linked to inflation, over the medium term, which it expects to increase to 8%-9% after that.

That is in line with Bluefield Solar Income Fund, a solar energy ...

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