Danish transmission system operator Energinet's plans to revise domestic market countertrading rules rips project developer Eurowind's chief executive, Jens Rasmussen, out of his customarily composed manner to such a degree that he resorts to a most colloquial if not pedestrian of Anglo-Saxon idioms to describe the consequence.
"This is, to put it mildly, something of a doubly whammy for us from Energinet," says Rasmussen. "We're being hit by both the engine and caboose."
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