Trouble is there is limited appetite for wind assets. Look at the WIND share price which despite a load of good news hasn't done that well. In mitigation to Infi it is a much better bet than Greencoat which is just horribly expensive.
Barbedwirekiss, I agree. it was quite strange/bizarre that they were selling at the price paid. I did notice the bulk of the sales were by holders who had more than retail/individual investors were allocated, so I can only assume it was institutionals reducing their total holdings, maybe because the market was shakey about what Yellen was going to say friday, or because they, like everyone else it seems, werent satisfied with the almost non-movement in the shareprice.
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