Media: Ørsted sifts through unwanted suitors in DSO sale

Danish media Berlingske reports that Ørsted is avoiding problematic buyers for its distribution systems operator, Radius. This follows on the heels of several politicians expressing concern about possible bidders from China or Russia.

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The utility and offshore wind major is choosing to exclude politically undesirable buyers for its domestic distribution systems operator (DSO), Radius, reports Danish daily Berlingske.

Ørsted is selling its grid serving greater metropolitan Copenhagen and its 1 million electricity customers, causing a number of politicians to raise concerns about this important national infrastructure possibly end up in the wrong hands.

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