NTR plc acquires, constructs and manages sustainable infrastructure assets

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Over the past four decades, NTR plc has invested in sustainable infrastructure in clean energy, water treatment and recycling

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NTR plc applies its know-how on behalf of investment partners, with a particular focus on wind and solar projects

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To date, NTR has through its associated companies, constructed and operated c.2GW of wind projects and 630MW of solar projects across Europe and the US

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Our Investment Strategy

Investors can access the sustainable infrastructure asset class through NTR. Learn more about the process involved in our investment strategy.

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Why Sustainable Infrastructure?

Sustainable infrastructure is one of the fastest growing sectors within the real assets investment class. Find out why that is the case.

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Explore Our Funds

With over 40 years of investments in infrastructure, NTR is now applying that know-how for investment partners. Learn more about our funds.

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Some of Our Assets

We select, build and operate quality assets that can provide reliable long-term yields. Find out about our more recently acquired assets.

Fund One: Castlecraig

Castlecraig is a 25MW wind project located in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland.  The project comprises 10 wind turbines and from summer 2018 it is expected to produce enough clean energy to meet the needs of over 18,500 homes.

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Fund One: Twin Rivers

Twin Rivers is a 29MW wind project located in Yorkshire, England.  The project has been in operation since late 2016.  Twin Rivers can produce enough clean energy to meet the needs of around 20,500 homes.

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Fund Two: Apollo

Apollo is a portfolio of nine ground-mounted solar PV projects in the UK totalling 38.4MW.  The assets are mostly located across Southern England and range in size from 3.6MW to 5MW.

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Fund Two: Bricqueville

Bricqueville is a 8.8MW wind project is located in the Normandy region of France.  It will produce enough clean energy to power approximately 4,000 homes.

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