Vattenfall buys into offshore wind project in Kattegat

The installation of two offshore wind farms with a capacity of 2.8GW off Skagen is drawing closer after buying 85% of the development project.

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In recent years, Vattenfall has been the biggest offshore wind player in Denmark. This is a feat the Swedish utility hopes to repeat in domestic waters once the offshore wind market takes off in earnest in the years to come.

The latest move in that direction has occurred this Monday. Vattenfall reports to have bought an 85% stake in development projects Vidar and Poseidon from Norwegian developer Zephyr. The project have a total planned capacity of approximately 2.8GW in total.

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