Ørsted undeterred by lost tender: Still committed to the Netherlands

"We submitted an attractive bid, but we do not expect to win every auction that we participate in," says offshore CEO.

Photo: HENNING BAGGER/Henning Bagger / henning bagger

Wednesday, Danish utility Ørsted saw Swedish competitor Vattenfall win the tender for Dutch offshore wind farms Hollandse Kust Zuid 3+4.

The utility is undeterred, however, and not giving up on the Dutch market, says Ørsted Chief Executive of Offshore Wind Martin Neubert to industry media Renews.

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