Ørsted's power plants slammed by "unfavorable market conditions"

Despite far greater production and revenue in Ørsted's power plant division, the unit only barely improved the operating result. The thorn in the side of Ørsted is ironically the electricity market, where the wind division is drastically expanding these years.

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Four factors ultimately decide whether the largest power plant owner in Denmark can turn a profit.

Ørsted itself, the markets, the regulations, and maybe, fate.

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