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Ørsted enters 325MW onshore wind agreement

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Ørsted has entered a two-year agreement with Dutch Greenchoice to trade and balance power from 325 MW of onshore wind in the Netherlands.

Ørsted has been selected to carry green energy to the market and will also be responsible for selling and balancing electricity from Greenchoice’s onshore wind portfolio.

“We are very pleased with the agreement with Greenchoice, a company that, like Ørsted, focuses on green energy. We are already present in the Netherlands, where we trade and balance power due to our ownership of the offshore wind farm Borssele 1&2, and with 325 MW of onshore wind we have now expanded our portfolio of green energy further.”

Morten Buchgreitz, executive vice president and CEO of Ørsted Markets & Bioenergy.

“It is great to have two companies, both having a strong focus on sustainable energy, to be working together. We believe Ørsted is well equipped to manage part of our wind portfolio, which will aid us in expanding the wind portfolio even further.”

Edgar Frijters, portfolio manager power of Greenchoice.
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