Copenhagen Energy poised to take risk on 2.25GW project in the North Sea

With project Odin, Copenhagen Energy is set to get moving and produce first power in the North Sea as soon as 2027. CEO is certain that the projects fall within the legal framework.

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Through Denmark’s open-door scheme, a multitude of developers have moved ahead with filing for permission for large-scale offshore wind projects along the Danish coast.

Among these is Copenhagen Energy, which was the first to walk through the door with offshore wind project Odin in the North Sea with a planned capacity of 1,500-2,250MW.

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