Ørsted acquires wind project in US

Lincoln Clean Energy, a subsidiary of utility Ørsted, invests in 103 MW wind project in South Dakota.

Photo: Jens Dresling

Lincoln Clean Energy, US subsidiary of Danish utility Ørsted, has purchased an onshore wind project of 103 MW in the state South Dakota, informs Ørsted in a press statement.

The project is ready for construction and used to be owned by Pattern Energy Group, which owns various wind and solar assets in the US, Canada and Japan.

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