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Obton to take on solar power in the US and emerging markets

Danish solar panel investor Obton plans to move investments beyond the European continent, while at the same time the firm aims to triple capacity over the next 2-4 years as institutional investors grow more eager to invest alongside Obton. But first, a pilot trip to the US recently took an unexpected turn.

Andreas Duckert, CIO and investment partner with Obton. | Photo: PR

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Danish wind turbine and solar panel investor Obton has injected a total DKK 7 billion (EUR 940 million) in solar panel projects in Europe via 2,000 investors – mainly private Danish investors. The investor is now directing attention to new markets such as the US and emerging markets including Brazil, Mexico, Chile and India, where many solar panel projects are currently under construction.

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