Ørsted not worried about Sweden's nuclear ambitions
Sweden’s new government, now talking more about nuclear power than expanding renewables, will not make Ørsted abandon plans to development the world’s largest offshore wind farm in the the nation’s southern waters.
BY LOUISE WENDT JENSEN, TRANSLATED BY DANIEL FRANK CHRISTENSEN
”Sweden must succeed with climate change mitigation. We must fulfill our part of the Paris Agreement, however without destroying the economy of Swedish companies and households. The way to manifest this is through nuclear energy.”
Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) and the Technical University of Denmark are set to collaborate as part of an Ørsted-funded research project into Vietnam’s options for additional offshore wind.
Norwegian electricity generation must be doubled in the coming years, says Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry Jan Christian Vestre during the presentation on national offshore wind export venture.