Nordic investment fund invests in Denmark - pours money into Scandinavia's largest solar park

A Nordic infrastructure fund invests in the biggest solar power park in Scandinavia, with construction starting at the beginning of next year. The investment fund has commitments from a handful of major Swedish pension funds.

The former Vandel airbase is a great location for solar panels. The first panels were built there in 2015 and 2016 and produce 110,00 MWh a year. The new park will be the biggest in Scandinavia and have a yearly output of 152 MWh. | Photo: Be Green

In Greek mythology, Icarus flew too close to the sun and plummeted to the ground because of his overconfidence.

In 2019, focus is on how solar energy can help to power homes - and investor confidence is needed.

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