Sampension buys stake in A.P. Moller Holding's geothermal venture

The Danish pension provider has bought into power utility NRGI’s 20-percent interest in Innargi, which has been selected to construct a large geothermal facility in the Danish city of Aarhus.

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Sampension has joined the circle of owners behind geothermal company Innargi, bankrolled by A.P. Moller Holding, through utility NRGI, which owns 20 percent of the company.

The investment happens through joint venture NRGI Renewables, of which Sampension owns 49 percent, while NRGI owns the remaining 51 percent. Moreover, the joint company also holds a portfolio of existing wind and solar farms as well as development projects in wind and solar.

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