European Energy ready to expedite floating solar ambitions

The Danish renewables company has already attempted to develop floating solar but was halted by insufficient legislation. Now, after Denmark presented a new network regulation including floating PV in its so-called open-door ordinance last week, European Energy is ready to submit further establishment applications.

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Last week and with broad parliamentary support, the Danish government presented its amendment to the the nation's so-called open-door ordinance, which henceforth will include floating solar farms in its list of applicable technologies.

This has whetted the appetite of domestic wind and solar developer and IPP European Energy, and Chief Executive Knud Erik Andersen welcomes the regulatory change.

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