Small is beautiful, says UK’s largest solar fund

An article on ‘the energyst‘ shows that not all solar companies think that town-sized solar power stations are the way to go…

Lyon added that the economies of scale of larger sites were not necessarily of benefit for investors because these have been priced into projects touted on the secondary market.

“As a result, we have found that larger assets or portfolios do not present any particular economic advantage to the company,” he added.

Lyon said “focusing on smaller assets results both in an accretion in the value of the company’s portfolio as well as mitigating risk through diversification”.

via Small is beautiful, says UK’s largest solar fund | theenergyst.com

Would you invest in a solar project that isn’t supported by the Swale Green party, is being built on a flood-risk area that is destined to become inter-tidal salt marsh, and will destroy our beautiful coastal countryside?

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