Vattenfall buys Danish electricity supplier

Danish electricity supplier Vindstød has been acquired by Swedish energy giant Vattenfall, which is aiming to "scale up to significantly more customers."

Photo: Niels Hougaard

Swedish energy giant Vattenfall continues its foray into the Danish consumer market.

The company has recently won a number of major Danish offshore wind tenders, and now the company is buying the country's fastest growing electricity supplier.

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