Consortium including Pension Danmark and PFA plans 10 GW energy island

Pension Danmark, PFA and Seas-NVE are ready to invest in and run an energy island, which will be built out of concrete and located in the North Sea. Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is also involved.

Jesper Hjulmand, CEO, SEAS-NVE | Photo: Jens Hartmann Schmidt

The government recently publicized a large-scale plan to establish two energy islands with offshore wind turbines with a minimum combined capacity 4 GW by 2030.

It has now been revealed that a consortium made up of two Danish pension companies, Pension Danmark, PFA as well as utility Seas-NVE, is ready to finance and operate one of these facilities.

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