CIP snags yet another Ørsted boss

Once again, the developer has recruited an executive with a recent past at rivaling Ørsted.

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When Ole Kjems Sørensen stepped down from Ørsted in November last year, the explanation was that he had accepted another position outside the Danish utility. It now appears that Sørensen's new role will be that of partner at Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, starting from September 2020, reports Danish business daily Børsen.

Prior to his resignation, Sørensen served as Ørsted's executive vice president of Onshore Wind – a position since taken over by Declan Flanagan from Lincoln Clean Energy, now Ørsted Onshore.

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