New Norwegian utility aims to take Denmark with possible acquisitions

Norway's Hudya recently added electricity to its line of products in Denmark, where two employees have set up shop and will be joined by more in 2018. One step in this ambition is potential acquisitions, the Danish product manager explains to EnergyWatch.

From left to right: Pål Lauvrak, Niclas Öst, Børge Leknes, Carsten Müller, Morten Kvam and Greger Teigre Wedel. Photo: PR-foto: Hudya

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