Smart Energy Finances: Enel divests 50% of Australian renewable operations to Japanese oil and gas giant

This week’s Smart Energy Finances looks at the sale of some of Enel Group’s operations in Australia to Japan-based Inpex as it continues to alleviate its consolidated net debt.

Also on the radar is capital commitments for a Danish renewables fund held by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, which they claim place it on track to being the biggest of its kind globally, as well as the EIB’s raised support package to REPowerEU of up to €45 billion.

Italian green energy major Enel, acting through its fully-owned subsidiary Enel Green Power (EGP), has signed an agreement with Japan-based INPEX Corporation, for the sale of 50% of the Group’s activities in Australia, namely Enel Green Power Australia and Enel Green Power Australia Trust.

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Yusuf Latief