Ørsted, ATP aim to expand Danish energy island to supply green power to 20 million households

Ørsted and ATP have entered the fray with a concept that enables supply of at least twice as much green power as hitherto planned for Denmark’s prestigious island.

Ørsted and ATP have developed a new modular concept for the upcoming North Sea energy island in collaboration with engineering contractors, spearheaded by Danish developer Aarsleff. | Photo: Ørsted

The biggest construction project in Danish history must become even bigger, say Danish state pension fund ATP and Ørsted.

The two firms have banded together on a state-of-the-art model for the energy island in the North Sea, which will make it possible to expand the project to twice its original size and supply green power to 20 million European households – or perhaps even more.

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