Nordic Solar takes first step in big expansion

The Danish solar investor counts on raising EUR 20-27m in January – but expects to attract up to five times as much investment capital throughout the year.

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While many people in the region have barely overcome their hangovers from New Year's Eve, Danish investment manager Nordic Solar is not one to loaf around watching television for the whole winter month.

Rather, early this year the company intends to pick up right where it left off in 2021, and that will be accomplished through a capital raise targeting DKK 150-200m (EUR 20-27m) during January.

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