Pension companies ready to invest billions in electrified future but there is a bump in the road

Several pension companies with a great amount of capital are willing to invest in electrification of Denmark. But regulations are in the way.
Photo: Maria Tuxen Hedegaard/
Photo: Maria Tuxen Hedegaard/

PensionDanmark and ATP are both willing to invest large sums in an increased electrification of Denmark but regulation makes it a bumpy road, reports Danish daily Berlingske.

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