ESSEN, Germany (Reuters) - German energy group Innogy (IGY.DE) is currently studying numerous options for the ownership structure of Triton Knoll, a planned 2 billion pound ($2.8 billion) offshore wind farm in Britain, its chief executive said.
“The current plan is to issue shares to co-investors,” Uwe Tigges said in a speech at the group’s annual press conference.
Sources told Reuters last month that the project has drawn interest from a number of infrastructure and pension funds, including Australia’s Macquarie (MQG.AX), Switzerland’s Partners Group (PGHN.S) and Denmark’s PFA Pension.
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Reporting by Christoph Steitz; Editing by Ludwig Burger