Ørsted has once again reached new heights in its annual financial statement. This is especially true of its top line, with revenue booked at DKK 75.5 billion (EUR 10.11 billion) – up almost DKK 30 billion from the previous year – and even higher than the period in which the company still owned its oil and gas division.
At the same time, the company, which already Wednesday announced earnings before interest, taxes, depreciations and amortizations at DKK 28.5 billion – or DKK 30 billion under Ørsted's own business performance standard, which is a 26 percent year-to-year growth. Based on the company's own accounting standards, figures have gone forward on all counts.
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