Partial sales of offshore wind farms in Europe will not occur almost automatically in the future, but the company's strategy in Taiwan seems to be different.
Ørsted has in 2018 won the rights to develop offshore wind farms of a total capacity of 1,820 MW in Taiwanese waters, and the company is also looking into opportunities to raise capital from partial sales, which spread risk across the still-new offshore wind energy market.
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