Danish power company, Dong Energy has sold its 50 per cent share of Norway’s Nordkraft Vind. The DKK145m ($27m) sale to Nordkraft Produksjon, which owns the other 50 per cent, will allow Dong to focus on offshore wind projects and the UK.

“We want to focus on the countries where we see the most potential for offshore wind,” said Dong spokesperson, who also commented that most of its projects are in the UK or Denmark and Germany.

While Skaerbaek-based Dong exited the Midtfjellet Norwegian wind project in July, it still has stakes in Kvalheim Kraft, owner of the Mehuken I and II wind farms, and Zephyr.

Nordkraft Vind operates the 6.9 MW Nygaardsfjellet 1 onshore wind farm and is building the 25.3 MW Nygaardsfjellet 2 park, according to Dong.

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