Higher electricity prices boost pension revenues

Several large pension companies are reaping the benefits of the inflation and energy price hikes across Europe.

Photo: Miriam Dalsgaard

Historically high energy prices mean energy firms are being flooded with cash -- and that is trickling down to the large pension companies in Denmark.

Over the past 10 years, these companies have invested billions in green energy, not least in large wind farms, and the payoff is welcome after a year of huge losses on equities and bonds.

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