Danish solar developer aims to conquer the Netherlands

Danish solar power developer Better Energy is teaming up with a Dutch partner to open an office in the Netherlands. The ambition is to turn the Netherlands into another domestic market for the firm.

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Less than one year after Better Energy won Denmark's first transnational solar power tender with a historically low purchasing price of DKK 12.89 cents per kWh (EUR 1.7 cents per kWh), the company is now looking to make a breakthrough in the Netherlands.

For this reason, Better Energy is now establishing an office in the Netherlands which will cover activities in the rooftop market, utility-scale ground-mounted projects, as well as floating solar and carport solutions.

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