Danish-based SDG fund makes its first investment: Ukrainian solar farm

The Danish SDG fund, comprising several Danish pension funds, has made its first investment. The object is a solar farm developed by Copenhagen-based Better Energy.

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The Danish SDG Investment Fund has invested DKK 37 million (EUR 5 million) in an Ukrainian solar farm developed by Better Energy, according to a company announcement.

The investment represents close to one third of the total expected investment in the solar farm that has a capacity of 19.1 MW.

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