Sampension buys half of NRGi's solar cells and wind turbines

Sampension's CEO doesn't want to throw money left and right to join the green wave. It has to be profitable for pension savers.

Sampension CEO Hasse Jørgensen | Photo: Tobias Nørgaard Pedersen/ERH

Denmark's third-largest pension company is making a large investment in the utility group NRGI. Sampension has purchased 49 percent of shares in NRGI Renewables, which runs and establishes wind turbine and solar cell projects.

The CEO of Sampension, Hasse Jørgensen, is pleased with this investment, because it can help the company contribute to climate change mitigation without putting an undue strain on the organization.

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