In the third quarter of 2022, Danish Nordic Solar, which builds and operates solar parks throughout Europe, has increased its revenue by 55 per cent and EBITDA by 63 per cent compared to last year. The solar energy company has already achieved its objective for the whole of 2022 of a pipeline of projects of 1,750 MWp. During the past quarter, Nordic Solar has, among other things, focussed on commissioning a solar park in Lysabild with a special focus on biodiversity and plans to establish more solar parks based on the same model. Nordic Solar maintains its financial expectations for 2022.
Renewable power capacity is increasing globally in response to energy decarbonisation, with solar photovoltaic (PV) projected to be the dominant renewable. A significant proportion of solar PV is deployed as groundmounted solar parks with potential implications for the hosting ecosystem. Given their relatively rapid introduction, the impacts on land use and the local environment are poorly understood.
Nordic Solar A/S is establishing a new large solar park in Højby, which will focus on biodiversity and will set a precedent for future solar parks in terms of the surrounding nature. Denmark is in urgent need of more solar energy, and Odense Municipality is pleased that the solar park will contribute to meeting the Municipality’s ambitious climate action plan.
Taking into account the crisis processes in the global energy sphere and the audience’s interest in studying this issue, GOLAW invited the leading energy expert Markus Mårline – a lawyer, partner of the Swedish law firm Advokatbyrån Sigeman & Co, to talk about the Swedish electricity market, its prospects and challenges. Source: lexology.com Read [...]
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The Danish company Nordic Solar, which builds and operates solar parks across Europe, has improved its revenue by 75 per cent compared to the same period last year. Accelerating production capacity with three brand new solar parks contributes to the energy company's revenue of DKK 283 million in the first six months of the [...]
The Danish solar developer has teamed up with Swedish Helios on setting up four solar farms in southern Sweden with a total capacity of 220MWp. The Danish developer thus breaks into its 12th European market, adding 220MWp of solar energy to mark the occasion. Kilde: energywatch.com Read the whole article here (requires a subscription)
Now that Nordic Solar is entering Sweden, it will be operating in 12 European countries. The Danish solar energy com-pany is collaborating with Swedish solar park developer Helios Nordic Energy AB about the establishment of four new solar parks in southern Sweden. The four solar parks will have a combined capacity of 220 MWp, [...]