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Foresight Group acquires Sunstroom Energy Limited owner of 5MW Solar PV Plant in Wiltshire

Jamie Richards, Head of Infrastructure at Foresight said: “Our portfolio of operational PV Solar assets in the UK and across Europe is approaching 100MWs and continues to perform ahead of expectations. We will continue to build our solar portfolio and are now also investing in the wider Infrastructure sector as an aggregator of smaller scale conventional infrastructure assets.”

Foresight Group appointed to manage Albany Ventures Fund III Limited Partnership

ForVEI Joint Venture acquires a portfolio of OPDE PV plants for Euro 88 million

Foresight Group named Financial Provider of the Year

Foresight Group Bolsters Fund Teams

Foresight’s solar team has been further strengthened by the arrival of Arnoud Klaren from American solar technology provider SolFocus, who is initially based in the firm’s Sevenoaks office before being located permanently in Spain, overseeing Foresight’s Spanish solar PV investments. Arnoud has a six-year track record of project management of European solar construction projects and business management specialising in photovoltaics (PV/CPV) and holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering.

Foresight Group sells APP-DNA for US $92m - Generating 32x return for its investors

App-DNA, which was spun out of Foresight portfolio company Camwood in 2010, has become the leading specialist in Application Migration and Compatibility Software including App-DNA™ and AppTitude™ which it distributes to blue chip companies around the world. The company has created 80 jobs since the investment by Foresight and has offices in London, Chicago, Sydney and Paris.

Foresight creates unique opportunity with its new Infrastructure VCT shares

NewNet Clean Energy LP-GP Forum

Foresight Group arranges acquisition for ForVEI to complete largest lease financing in Italian PV solar

Foresight Group strengthens Sales and Marketing team

When it comes keeping the world in touch, Datapath has all the cards

Closed Loop Recycling to recycle TfL plastic bottles

The partnership deal is a massive boost to supply for the Dagenham-based company, which has just experienced record throughput tonnage during the last six months, an increase of almost a quarter (22%) on the previous six months and well above capacity. To manage increased demand for plastic recycling facilities, the company is set to expand its operation next year, which will increase its overall capacity by almost double.