Greensolver buys European wind and solar firm

French portfolio and asset manager Greensolver has more than doubled its holding of solar and wind in Europe with the acquisition of a British company.

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Rising demand from investors has prompted French Greensolver to buy British company Entap, which has sent the firm's portfolio skyrocketing.

Greensolver writes in the press release that it has seen major demand from investors for professional portfolio and asset management of wind and solar assets. Entap was founded by investment firm Platina Energy Partners to offer technical and commercial management of renewable energy. With this acquisition, Greensolver can expand its portfolio and its services in the UK and other countries.

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