Analyst calls Ørsted's floating wind announcement "exciting"

"It's definitely interesting to explore this technology in a number of projects," says Per Fogh, equity analyst at Danish bank Sydbank.

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Danish utility Ørsted has entered into a partnership with the Norwegian firms Fred. Olsen Renewables and Hafslund Eco in order to develop offshore wind in Norway.

Particularly one passage in the press release on floating wind is interesting, says Per Fogh, equity analyst at Danish bank Sydbank.

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