Energi Danmark has high hopes for Germany

Energi Danmark will increase its workforce in Germany, says the CEO, who suggests the country will grow to become the most important market for the group in the coming years. But expansion will not stop there, he says.

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There are huge plans for Energi Danmark. Thursday, the Danish electricity trading company presented a turnaround after its previous solid deficit and says it will increase activities in Germany by opening a string of new offices and hiring consultants. But the group has even more planned, and is toying with the idea of moving into yet more North European markets.

"We are relative newcomers to Germany, and it takes some time to build up a business. But the German business is developing so well, and Germany is Europe's largest energy market, and we would like to have a larger share of the overall German market. So our primary growth driver is the German market and Finland in the coming years," says Group CEO Jørgen Holm Westergaard.

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