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Ørsted to reevaluate its 2025 offshore wind ambitions

The Danish utility is already very close to achieving its declared project portfolio target for 2025, and the energy company is now reconsidering whether it should raise its ambitions.

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Ørsted's is already close to reaching its target to install between 11 and 12 GW  in offshore wind projects by the end of 2025.

Friday, the company could celebrate another victory in Taiwan, where it won the rights to install an additional 920 MW. With that prize, Ørsted now has a total offshore wind portfolio in Taiwan at 1,820 MW.

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