European Energy loses millions on the road back to normality

A quarter with only minor divestments leaves its mark on the Danish developer’s quarterly result. Plans of adding more than 500MW to the grid in the first half of the year remains unchanged.
Photo: European Energy
Photo: European Energy
by viktor brandt kærgaard, translated by simon øst vejbæk

Based on numbers alone, European Energy experienced quite a slow first quarter to the year. Still, certain elements from the start of the year should spark joy for the Danish developer.

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