Iberdrola and Ørsted maintain buoyant green growth objectives despite Covid-19 headwinds

Cecilia Keating
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Covid-19 may have caused power demand to tumble in many major economies and wreaked havoc on supply chains, but the Danish renewables developer and Spanish energy giant's quarterly results suggest they remain upbeat

Despite the coronavirus spurring a significant fall in global power demand across Europe and wreaking havoc on supply chains, Spanish energy giant Iberdrola and Danish wind developer Ørsted are sticking...

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