The company, which owns solar panel and wind farms in five European countries, booked a drop in production down to 22.7 gigawatt-hours (GWh) last month, relative to 23.3 GWh in October 2015.
While Denmark had a less windy year than usual, the turbines had their work cut out in both Germany and Poland. However, this only led to overall production of 18.7 GWh compared to 19.8 GWh in October of last year.
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