Lego ready for more renewable energy

Lego has thus far invested DKK 6 billion in renewable energy via its family holding company, but the group is after more, says the CEO.

The Kirkbi group, the family holding company behind Danish company Lego, will invest in more renewable energy says CEO Søren Thorup Sørensen to Reuters.

Kirkbi Group has thus far invested DKK 6 billion in two offshore wind farms developed by Dong Energy, Borkum Riffgrund in Germany and Burbo Bank Extension in the UK.

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