The Danish utility's revenue grew but its operating income and profit declined in the second quarter.
This, however, does not impact Ørsted's forecast for the entire year, in which the company now expects to reach to upper end of projections, which aim for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciations and amortizations at DKK 12.5-13.5 billion (EUR 1.7-1.8 billion) for the company's ongoing activities.
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