RWE: Thor triumph will "boost activities" in Denmark

The German utility's tender win for Danish offshore wind project Thor creates further momentum, says RWE's offshore wind chief.

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Technically speaking, the winner of Danish offshore wind tender for project Thor is an old acquaintance within the country's wind sector. German power utility RWE was also part of the consortium that in 2006 won rights to develop offshore wind farm Rødsand II in the country's southern waters.

Actually, that tender ended up having to be redone. Firstly, one of the other consortium partners, Ørsted, withdrew - only later to be followed by RWE because the winning price of DKK 49.9 per kWh was not considered high enough.

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