Danish pension fund to bid on Ørsted's DSO subsidiary

Danish pension fund PKA and Canadian Pension fund Omers will bid on Ørsted's transmission system operator Radius, EnergyWatch gathers. Another Danish pension fund, ATP, has allegedly entered a partnership with Danish utility Seas NVE.

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Danish pension fund PKA is collaborating with Canadian pension fund Omers are on their way to being the last group of bidders hoping to acquire Ørsted's electricity grid in the region of Zealand, under the its subsidiary Radius.

Denmark's largest pension fund, ATP, is among the asset managers named as part of the field of buyers and has allegedly placed a bid along with Danish utility Seas NVE.

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