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Owners inject huge sum in Esvagt for offshore wind

3i Infrastructure and AMP Capital, which have owned Esvagt since 2015, have converted loans to the carrier in a new refinancing and injected more capital. The extra funds will be spent expanding offshore wind activities.

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Denmark-based carrier Esvagt has just completed a refinancing where the carrier has received a large capital injection to boost its business in offshore wind.

This refinancing is an important strategic milestone for Esvagt..

Phil White, Managing Partner and Head of Infrastructure at 3i Investments

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