PFA eyes riskier energy projects as offshore wind secures billion-kroner profits

Denmark’s largest commercial pension fund, PFA, is in a good position to take riskier steps when investing in the renewable energy build-out, says CIO Kasper A. Lorenzen.

PFA CIO Kasper A. Lorenzen. | Photo: PR / PFA

PFA is striking while the iron is hot, looking at more renewable energy investments after securing billion-kroner returns on an investment in British turbines.

The return came from PFA’s 25% stake in the Walney Extension offshore wind farm, and has not only served to cushion the blows to returns sustained elsewhere in the pension fund’s portfolio, but has also whetted CIO Kasper A. Lorenzen’s appetite for more renewable energy investments.

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