Changes to portfolio cost revenue for Athena Investments

Athena Investments' exposure to smaller, yet lucrative markets is costing the company revenue

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Production and revenue declined at Danish renewable energy investment firm Athena Investments in the first half of 2018, primarily due to portfolio changes, the company informs. Meanwhile, operating profits held position, shows Athena's Q2 interim report for 2018.

Net production decreased to 180.1 GWh from 191.8 GWh, whereas on a comparative basis, there was in fact an increase at 10 percent, informs Athena. Wind turbines generated in line with expectations, while solar modules produced 3 percent less relative to prognoses.

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