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Pension funds eye honeypot in financing renewables

With a new type of project financing, PKA, PenSam and Storebrand's joint investment platform, AIP, will try to find an attractive gap in the force field of tightening competition among lenders and the decreasing availability of subsidies for renewable energy projects.

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As the saying goes, too many cooks spoil the broth.

Seen from a more business economic angle, the problem is not limited to matters of taste. Paying wages to an unnecessarily big team stirring the same pot is probably also enough to spoil the profit margins of any restaurant.

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