Denmark's largest solar plant emerges with its first profit

This year, the largest solar plant in Denmark, located in the Danish city Kalundborg, sent power to the grid and profits to the company behind it.

Photo: Wirsol PR

The sun's rays have begun to hit Lerchenborg estate and the new 80-hectare solar farm launched by the company Omnisol in November 2015. The company has just published its report for the delayed financial year, which reveals that it was the first year with full production at Denmark's largest solar plant.

Omnisol achieved a gross profit of DKK 40 million (EUR 5.3 million), and despite DKK 17 million in depreciations and impairments, the bottom line landed at DKK 11 million, which is DKK 21 million more than last year's DKK 10 million deficit.

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