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Obton launches crowdfunding of green energy

After a trial run on crowdfunding in the Netherlands, Obton prepares to open for a broader range of private individuals in Denmark to invest in green energy.

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Previously, the barrier to entry into Obton amounted to DKK 750,000 (EUR 100,749), but now, the company launches a new investment firm with a considerably lower minimum-entry sum.

At subsidiary Crowdton, it will be easier for an average private individual in Denmark to invest in green energy, as the amount here is a mere DKK 10,000.

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