Low power prices deflate PPA market

The Covid-19 pandemic wasn't the only factor from last year that had significance for the number new PPAs. Low Nordic power prices have also held development back, but now rates are showing signs of a rebound.

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2020 was in many ways a special year, and the energy sector has certainly been no exception.

Aside from the global pandemic, low power prices in the Nordic region, among other places, have also been a pervasive factor.

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