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Danish pension funds in fierce competition for energy projects

There are so many interested investors that the prices on wind farms in particular have skyrocketed to levels where Danish pension funds are opting out.

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The competition is fierce for the good energy projects, explain Danish funds in a survey conducted by FinansWatch and EnergyWatch among some of the country's largest pension players.

"There are many projects. But there are also many interested buyers. There are a lot of other pension companies and other major investors like us, looking for projects with the characteristics that we're looking for," says Henrik Nøhr Poulsen, CIO and responsible for equities and alternatives at PFA.

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