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Esvagt receives an additional DKK 200 million for US wind venture

Esvagt raises the company's capital with DKK 200 million, totaling an added DKK 450 million since 2020. The money will finance the offshore and wind carrier's ambitions in offshore wind in the US.

Sisse Maier, CFO of Esvagt | Photo: Esvagt

With a new capital injection of DKK 200 million, Esvagt is now financially set to realize the company's ambitions in the US offshore wind market, CFO Sisse Maier informs ShippingWatch.

With the new capital increase this month, Esvagt has received a total of DKK 450 million from the company's owners, private equity funds AMP Capital and 3i Infrastructure.

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