London-based JLEN Environmental Assets Group on Monday said it is investing £40 million ($48.8 million/47.9 million) over the next four years in Norwegian land-based trout farmer Hima Seafood.

The investment is part of NOK 2.5 billion ($256 million/€251 million) in funding the project has received.

The £826 million ($1 billion/€989 million) British fund is dedicated to investments in renewable energy infrastructure.

JLEN Environmental Assets Group's current portfolio includes 37 onshore wind, PV solar, waste, wastewater processing, hydro, anaerobic digestion, bioenergy, battery storage and low-carbon refueling projects in the UK and Europe.