Ørsted eyes "huge potential" for wind projects in Baltic Sea

With the prospect of a future offshore wind market of 90 gigawatts, power utility Ørsted is in full swing establishing itself in the Baltic Sea, which the company regards as strategically important, writes business daily Børsen.

Offshore wind farm Walney Extension in the UK, operated by Ørsted. | Photo: Phil Noble/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The Baltic Sea is a strategically important market with a "huge potential" in the development of Danish energy utility Ørsted's future business in wind energy.

Ørsted SVP and Head of Continental Europe Rasmus Errboe says as much to business daily Børsen upon the company this year winning its first wind project in Poland.

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