Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners divests biomass plant

The EUR 6.8bn fund management company divested its brand-new biomass power plant Templeborough, which was impacted by extended delays.

CIP Senior Partners Christina Grumstrup and Jakob Baruël Poulsen | Photo: Anne Bæk/Ritzau Scanpix

In late February, Danish infrastructure fund and developer Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) informed that it had commissioned its new biomass power plant, Templeborough near Rotherham in the UK.

Eight months later, the fund's management announces the facility is sold.

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