Pension funds poised to invest in new offshore wind farms

Several Danish pension funds are interested in investing in three new offshore wind farms that are part of the new energy agreement, according to business daily Borsen.

Henrik Nøhr Poulsen | Photo: PR

As part of the new energy agreement, Denmark will get three new offshore wind farms until 2030, and several pension funds are ready to invest in them, writes Borsen.

"Last year we invested in what's to become the largest offshore windfarm in the UK. Windfarms of the same size will be installed in Denmark, and we find it very interesting, because it's a known technology and a project we know about and know is working," Henrik Nøhr Poulsen, CIO of PFA, tells Borsen.

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