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.

Kasper A- Lorenzen, Group CIO at PFA | 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.

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