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Germany's Enpal enters $175 mln deal with infrastructure investors

BERLIN, Dec 21 (Reuters) - German photovoltaics leasing firm Enpal on Thursday said it had entered into an agreement with infrastructure investors Equitix and Keppel Infrastructure Trust that would provide it with additional funds of up to 160 million euros ($174.98 million).

The investors have agreed to acquire a majority stake in Enpal's energy systems portfolio, said the company, which said it would use the money to expand in renewable energy systems.

"The fight against the climate crisis will also be decided on the capital market. We are therefore delighted that Equitix and Keppel, two globally established investors, are supporting our mission to build the largest renewable community in Europe," said Enpal Chief Executive Mario Kohle in a statement.

($1 = 0.9144 euros) (Reporting by Riham Alkousaa, Writing by Miranda Murray, Editing by Rachel More)