Danish Energy Agency initiates talks on North Sea energy hub

Potential bidders can look forward to being invited to a dialog on the tender conditions for the upcoming energy island in the North Sea.

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The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) is initiating a market dialog to ensure the eventual creation of the optimal framework for a tender on the co-ownership of the forthcoming energy island in the North Sea, the authority states in a press release on Monday.

"The market dialog will concern the co-ownership of the Energy Island in the North Sea and will not deal with the conditions for establishing wind farms and power transmission connections," reads the statement.

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