PKA CEO ready to back new Danish government's green ambitions

PKA spots several positive initiatives in the new government's framework agreement. While CEO encourages politicians to include pension savings in their plans to reach ambitious climate targets, he continues to believe in an opportunity to acquire electricity distribution company Radius despite rejection of the pension fund's first bid on the company.

Peter Damgaard Jensen, PKA. | Photo: PKA PR

PKA CEO Peter Damgaard Jensen is positive about the governmental framework agreement which lays out the foundation of a new Social Democratic government backed by the Social Liberal party, the Socialist People's Party and the Red-Green Alliance.

He is pleased with a number of initiatives laid out in the agreement, including the new government's climate targets such as a 70 percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.

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