Danske Commodities buys power from Dogger Bank

The Danish energy trader has signed a PPA for output from what will soon become the world's largest offshore wind farm.

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When Equinor and SSE Renewables commission their offshore wind farm, Dogger Bank, in 2023, Danske Commodities will be ready as an electricity offtaker.

These two partners inform that the Danish energy trader has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement for 480 MW, or 13 percent, of the facility's output. This still leaves a fair portion of electricity from the installation, developed over three phases and set to achieve 3.6 GW.

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