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Energi Danmark outshines itself in H1 2017

Energi Danmark is picking up speed on its expansion plans. The electricity trader has felt boosts in Sweden and Germany, where players bought wind turbines for 300 million, while growth has been financed by successful new corporate bonds.

Photo: Energi Danmark, Presse

There seems to still be good money in buying and selling electricity to Nordic companies, if Energi Danmark's half-yearly report is anything to go by.

The report, released Thursday, shows an 18-percent increase to DKK 50 million (EUR 6.7 million) on the bottom line compared to the year prior. The result was offset by a slight decline in revenue of DKK 8.2 billion, while the group thus maintains expectations for the entire year.

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