Danish tax agency demands DKK 6.6bn from Ørsted

Ørsted is ordered to pay the Danish state back taxes for its two British offshore wind farms. The utility rejects the claim and will appeal the case in national court.

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The Danish tax agency is demanding DKK 6.6 billion (EUR 890 million) from Ørsted in a taxation case regarding two offshore wind farms. Ørsted rejects the claim, the utility informs in a press statement.

Ørsted received the agency's ruling Tuesday, ordering the company to pay Danish taxes on British offshore wind farms, Walney Extension and Hornsea 1, concerning income made during fiscal years 2015 and 2016.

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