Danish liberals air state sale of Ørsted's offshore wind business
With the nation now in election mode, the Danish Liberal Party proposes divesting state interest in the utility’s offshore wind business to finance green transition investments of DKK 60bn. How such a sale would be executed remains unclear.
As a part of efforts to get more renewable energy capacity built, Denmark’s Liberal Party – now in campaign mode after the Social Democratic government called an election Wednesday – suggests the state sells its majority equity position in Ørsted.
Norwegian electricity generation must be doubled in the coming years, says Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry Jan Christian Vestre during the presentation on national offshore wind export venture.
Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) and the Technical University of Denmark are set to collaborate as part of an Ørsted-funded research project into Vietnam’s options for additional offshore wind.