Ørsted teams up with local partners to finance Taiwan plan

Local partners and banks will help finance Ørsted's foray into Taiwan.

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Danish utility Ørsted is working to enter the Taiwanese market, and the funding will take place alongside local partners and banks, reports industry media Offshore Wind.

"We are very committed to the Taiwanese offshore wind market and are interested in engaging in long-term partnerships with local companies," says CFO Marianne Wiinholt, according to Offshore Wind.

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