The green energy transition within not just the power system, but the transport sector as well, will mean a massive build-out of renewable energy in the coming decades, and investors jump at the chance of getting a share. Not least offshore wind, which still makes up only a small part of the combined electricity system, could be facing a wild decade.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) announced shortly before Christmas that Vestas will purchase a stake in the green asset manager for what may amount to nearly DKK 4 billion (EUR 537 million), partly because of long-term growth perspectives and partly because of collaboration opportunities.
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