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Green Investment Group launches new solar energy company

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Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) is unveiling Cero Generation (Cero), a specialized solar energy company operating across Europe to facilitate the transition to a net zero future.

Consolidating the current and potential European solar activities of GIG, Cero is home to one of the largest solar development portfolios in the region. Its existing 8 GW portfolio comprises over 150 projects based in the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Poland, France and the Netherlands.

“The launch of Cero Generation marks an important milestone in GIG’s ambition to create Europe’s leading solar development company. An agile, flexible, development-focused business, backed by the global expertise, resources and reach of GIG, Cero is the perfect vehicle to propel us forward to the next stage of that journey.”

Edward Northam, head of GIG, UK and Europe.

“In just two years, GIG created one of Europe’s largest solar development portfolios and assembled a world-class team of experts. Our ambition is to continue on this phenomenal growth trajectory, transforming Cero into Europe’s leading solar energy company, and helping deliver the continent’s net-zero ambition.”

Nikolaj Harbo, CEO, Cero Generation.

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