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Neoen Announces Success Of Convertible Bond Issue For About 200 Million Euros
Neoen launches convertible bonds offer for maximum amount of €200 mln
Neoen H1 Groupe Net Income Up At 16.7 Million Euros
Neoen SAS is a France-based company specialized in the renewable energy sector. The Company operates, finances and develops a number of power plants from a variety of energy sources, including Solar, wind and Biomass. Its portfolio of power plants includes providencia, ombrineo, degrussa, cestas, ygos, luxey, geloux, seixal, cabrela, coruche, hornsdale I, bussy-lettree, raucourt II, villacerf, bais et trans, reclainville, chapelle vallon and la montagne. Apart from France, the Company is present in many other countries such as Portugal, Australia, Australia, Jordan, Zambia, Mozambique, Argentina, Jamaica, Mexico, Egypt and El Salvador, among others.
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France's Neoen SA on Wednesday announced plans for a massive renewable power station in South Australia including wind, solar and storage facilities.
Australia's energy regulator said on Wednesday it is seeking compensation in court action against four wind farm operators, including AGL Energy <AGL.AX> and France's Neoen SA <NEOEN.PA>, over a state-wide blackout in South Australia in 2016.
French businessman Jacques Veyrat, who owns more than 50 percent of renewable energy firm Neoen , told financial daily Les Echos he has no intention of selling his Neoen stake in exchange for a small minority stake in gas utility Engie, as BFM Business reported on its website...
French businessman Jacques Veyrat, who controls a stake of more than 50 percent in renewables energy group Neoen, could sell Neoen to utility Engie in return for a small stake in Engie, BFM Business reported on its website.
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