Better Energy's business model like Ørsted with a pinch of Vestas

The Danish Growth Fund's CEO of many years, Christian Motzfeldt, has now taken over the role as chair of Better Energy, which he thinks could become of this decade's big growth successes – but needs a massive capital injection.
Photo: Vækstfonden/PR
Photo: Vækstfonden/PR

Danish renewable power developer Better Energy's ambition level leaves little room for upward adjustment. After existing for only a few years, the company has purged all thoughts of needing public support, which it sees as a historical artifact and now speaks openly of installing solar farms rated at several gigawatts in both Denmark and other Northern European countries. The developer's business model no longer only entails selling off its facilities to investors but now also seeks to operate its installations as a veritable independent power producer.

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