Ørsted turns to Australia

Future balance between supply and demand will keep offshore wind attractive, says Ørsted CEO while expressing willingness to pull out of subpar markets.
Sidste år producerede Ørsted sin første strøm i Stillehavsregionen fra Changhua-projektet i Taiwan. Nu udvides det regionale blik. | Photo: Ørsted
Sidste år producerede Ørsted sin første strøm i Stillehavsregionen fra Changhua-projektet i Taiwan. Nu udvides det regionale blik. | Photo: Ørsted
BY MAZ PLECHINGER, TRANSLATED BY CHRISTOFFER ØSTERGAARD & DANIEL FRANK CHRISTENSEN

Back in 2017, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners entered the Australian offshore wind market. Big players like Macquaries’ offshore wind division, Corio Generation, as well as Equinor are present in the market, too, as are smaller ones like Copenhagen Energy. Now another developer is taking an interest.

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