Capital fund banking on big profits with acquisition of Danish biomass company

Capital fund Via Equity has bought Linka Energy in Lem, Denmark.

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Capital fund Via Equity has bought 60 percent of Linka Energy and plans to launch an international venture which will take advantage of the increasing number of countries looking to burn straw and wood pellets for energy creation with fewer emissions.

The company, based in Lem, Denmark, makes boilers which burn biomass and has experienced significant growth in recent years.

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