Tough competition prompts Greentech to invoke Greek goddess

It seems to be a trend for Danish companies within renewables to reinvent themselves. First Dong renamed itself Ørsted. Now, Greentech will become "Athena".

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With a nod to Greek mythology, Greentech Energy Systems will expand its renewables activities.

The utility has called its shareholders to an extraordinary general meeting on Dec. 12, where they will vote on a name change for the company and an expansion of the company's ambitions.

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