Ørsted joins consortium bidding on Norwegian offshore wind

Alongside its Norwegian partners, the Danish utility plans to bid for the country's first two offshore wind projects.

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At the last moment, Ørsted joins the broad collection of players interested in developing offshore wind in Norway.

The Danish power company thus enters a consortium with Fred. Olsen and Hafslund Eco to place a bid for both Utsira Nord and Sørlige Nordsjø II, the partners inform in a statement.

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