German cable problems hit Dong's offshore wind farms

Cable connections to two German offshore wind farms, owned by Dong Energy among others, have broken. Reparations will take 20 weeks and owners could suffer significant losses despite compensation.

CORRECTION: This article previously indicated that PensionDanmark is owner of the fund Global Infrastructure Partners. This is not correct.

Dong Energy and several Danish pension funds have been hit by an unfortunate event in the ownership of two German wind farms – Gode Wind 1 and 2.

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