Developer seeks new suitor after Ørsted exit

A pressured Canadian project developer announces that it has received an indicative offer from a "major offshore wind development company" to enter a project partnership.
Photo: CREATIVE COMMONS
Photo: CREATIVE COMMONS
BY MAZ PLECHINGER

Ørsted withdrew from its cooperation with Canadian developer NaiKun Wind Energy last October concerning the development of a 400 MW offshore wind farm in British Columbia, but NaiKun is now close to landing a new partner.

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