One of the UK's Big Six energy suppliers has sold three wind farms in a multi-million pound deal.
Scottish and Southern Energy announced the green energy sites – one located in Northern Ireland and the others in Scotland – will be sold to renewable energy provider Infinis for more than £170 million (£173.6 million).
Gregor Alexander, finance director at the energy supplier, commented: "While we are planning long-term growth of our wind energy portfolio throughout the UK and Ireland, we have always said that we will use disposals and acquisitions to optimise our wind farm portfolio, and this sale is consistent with that."
Meanwhile, the company recently announced plans to develop an offshore wind turbine testing plant in Scotland's North Ayrshire.
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