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Be Green plans four new big solar farms in Denmark

The four Danish facilities will achieve a combined capacity of 415 MWp, and this move sets the joint investment alongside German asset manager Luxcara into the European big league.

Solar power is taking root in Denmark. Photo shows one of utility Hofor's PV farms. | Photo: PR Hofor

On a gray and bleak January morning, one could easily be excused for not noticing that Denmark is in the process of turning into a real Land of Cockaigne for solar power.

Nonetheless, that's exactly what domestic project developer Be Green heralds in a statement Wednesday.

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