2022-03-09 10:35News

9 March 2022

Mundus Nordic Green News

Ørsted can not get out of Gazprom contract before 2030

Whilst Ørsted condemns Russia's invasion of Ukraine and has already taken a number of measures to stop cooperation with Russian companies, it can not get out of its “take-or-pay” contract with Gazprom before 2030.

Press release

Eurowind Energy takes over Vattenfall's Danish development projects on land

Eurowind Energy, which is already the largest developer and owner of onshore wind farms in Denmark, has entered into an agreement with Vattenfall to take over four onshore wind turbine projects, which are under development. The four projects have a total capacity of approx. 325 MW distributed over a total of 74 wind turbines.

Energy Supply

Horisont Energi reports blue ammonia project milestones

Horisont Energi writes in a stock exchange announcement on Wednesday that it has achieved several important milestones associated with the Barents Blue project and the development of its' proposed ammonia factory.

Press release

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  • Germany will spend 200 billion euros on climate measures (Norwegian, Resett)

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