Dong: Kriegers Flak defeat does not affect long-term goals

Dong Energy is disappointed that the company once again was beaten by Sweden's Vattenfall in a tender for Danish offshore wind. But it is not the end of the world, says Dong's CEO for Wind Power.

Photo: EWEA / Erik Luntang

Once again Swedish Vattenfall beat Denmark's Dong Energy in a tender for offshore wind turbines in Denmark.

Vattenfall was victorious in the tender for the large-scale Kriegers Flak wind farm of 600 MW, following on from its winning bid in the previous tender for the Horns Rev 3 farm in 2015.

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