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Ørsted CEO: "Renewable energy is now a security policy issue"

Economic warfare against Russia has prompted Europe to raise its ambitions and purge itself of fossil fuel energy, and this agenda suits the Ørsted CEO perfectly.

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For a brief moment, the war in Ukraine sent climate matters further down the global agenda, but now it has become an integrated part of Europe’s decision to rapidly free itself of all Russian energy imports.

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