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Groupe E Greenwatt acquires a 25% stake in Entegra Wasserkraft in Saint Gall and Coire, 75% of which is owned by Alpiq.
His death follows those of four climbers in the Coire since late November last year.
Rescuers said the husband and wife, from Guildford in Surrey, were lucky to have survived after falling off Coire an Sneachda in the Cairngorms.
Rescuers said the husband and wife, from Guildford, Surrey, were lucky to have survived after falling off Coire an Sneachda in the Cairngorms.
The initial project, that Green Highland Renewables of Perth and the Strathclyde Pension Fund will develop, is a 2MW run-of-river hydroelectric project on the River Allt Coire Chaorach near Crianlarich, 10 miles north of Loch Lomond.
A group from Leeds University Union Hiking Club in February went missing for 24 hours in atrocious conditions in the Coire an t–Sneachda area.
The members of the An Teallach Mountaineering Club were 600ft from the summit of Buachaille Etive Mor mountain in Coire na Tulaich on Saturday.
Mike Rough, 48, from Devon, plummeted to his death on Coire an t'Sneachda in the Cairngorms, the fifth person to die on the mountain in just two months.
Aircrew and engineers thawed it out and started it up in Coire an Sneachda near Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands.
In a separate incident in the Cairngorms near Aviemore, Invernessshire, Mr Iain Simpson, aged 51, of Long Row, Halbeath, Dunfermline, Fife, died of head injuries he received in a fall at the Coire An't Sneachda area.
Another climber was also hurt in the incident in the Coire Leis area.
Teachers Nicholas Rosedale, 37, from Marlborough, Wiltshire, and William Wilkinson, 34, from Inverness, both died in an avalanche in the Coire na Ciste area of the UK's highest mountain, Ben Nevis, on Wednesday.