Ørsted plans to sell its interest in the Borssele 1 and 2 wind farms. That reports news agency Bloomberg.
Pension provider APG, among others, is said to be preparing an offer for the interest of the Danish energy company.
Ørsted is said to have recruited a technical advisor for the sale of part of the project. In addition, the company would like to consult with investment banks, Bloomberg reports.
The wind farms Borssele 1 and 2 are the first wind energy projects of the Danish company in the Netherlands. When the wind farms are finished, they must generate enough energy to supply wind energy to approximately 1 million Dutch households.