Our Members

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is a fund management company founded in 2012, which currently has four funds and around EUR 6.8 billion under management. Current investments include a wide range of energy infrastructure assets including offshore wind, onshore wind, offshore power transmission, biomass and waste to energy, and solar PV investments. CIP focuses on Europe, North America and East Asia (Taiwan).

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is a multinational team with extensive experience and knowledge within the fields of regulated infrastructure and renewable energy. The team has a broad range of competencies within corporate finance, merger & acquisitions, engineering, construction, project development and project management.


COWI is a highly versatile company operating from 35 international offices, including 13 in North America. COWI’s expertise emanates from the experience of 6,200 staff with nearly 350 in North America.

COWI offers a multidisciplinary and diversified consultancy, developed since 1930 within foundations for offshore wind, large bridges, offshore oil and gas and marine structures. COWI has completed detailed designs for over 800 offshore wind turbine foundations.

DSV is a global supplier of transport and logistics solutions with three divisions.

Air & Sea handles more than 1.3 million TEUs of ocean freight and 600,000 tons of air freight annually.

Road is one of the leading road freight operators in Europe, and DSV also has distribution networks in North America and Asia.

Solutions partners with customers to deliver complete logistics solutions by increasing operational and cost efficiency. DSV has also successfully completed turnkey transport projects for more than 10,000 wind turbines and 400 offshore foundations.

We have an unrivaled track record in offshore wind turbine (WTG) installation. To date, more than 2,200 WTGs of all types and sizes have been successfully installed by our experts, including the next generation mega turbines. We have worked on some of the largest wind farms in the industry and those that are furthest from the shore, and in the deepest waters.

As each project is carried out in different seabed and weather conditions, DEME has in-depth knowledge, built up over decades, to draw upon when faced with a new challenge. We also use this expertise to lead the market as a developer of pioneering new designs for installation equipment.

EKF, Denmark’s export credit agency, helps Danish companies make it possible and attractive for customers abroad to purchase Danish products. EKF does so by helping raise financing and by insuring companies and banks against the potential financial and political risks of trading with other countries.

EKF is one of the world’s most experienced financial partners within wind financing. Since our first wind transaction in 1998, EKF has helped to finance more than 100 wind farms all over the world, worth a total of more than DKK 100 billion.

EKF has participated in financing a large share of the offshore projects in the North Sea, Africa’s largest wind farm in Kenya and a number of other wind farms in Europe, Australia as well as in South and Central America.

The world’s leading component supplier to the wind industry, providing blades, service and logistics. Rotor solutions are supplied to 30 global and national wind turbine manufacturers.

Since 1978, LM Wind Power has produced more than 205,000 blades corresponding to a capacity of approximately 93 GW – each year contributing to saving nature more than 189 million tons of CO2.

The company has 10,500 employees and 15 manufacturing facilities in nine countries on four continents.

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind was founded in April 2014, but the company stands on the shoulders of giants. MHI Vestas’ parent companies are two of the global leaders in wind power and offshore ventures. The history and track records of Vestas Wind Systems A/S and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd inspire us and lead MHI Vestas forward.

MHI Vestas’ mission is to co-develop offshore wind as an economically viable and sustainable energy resource to benefit future generations. This is done by driving down the cost of energy and through sustainable wind turbine technology, project management, offshore experience and powerful partnerships.


Ramboll is a global engineering and management consulting firm with over 13,000 employees in more than 35 countries around the world with significant experience in all engineering disciplines, among them wind energy.

Ramboll renders consultancy, engineering and design services within wind energy and employs approximately 300 full time staff dedicated to wind projects. Ramboll’s international track record within engineering, consultancy, and project development on on-/offshore wind farms has delivered specific services for the development of more than 60 GW wind energy projects worldwide. One key service is the design of offshore wind support structures, where Ramboll is considered world-leading with an involvement in more than 60% of all foundations built on the world market.

Orsteds main areas of business are within Wind Power, Bioenergy and Thermal Power, as well as our Distribution and Customer Solutions. Each area contributes to Orsted’s vision of a planet that runs entirely on green energy.

Wind Power: Orsted pioneered the world’s first offshore wind farm in 1991. Today, Orsted has established itself as the unrivalled leader within global offshore wind power production.

Bioenergy & Thermal Power: A Key solution central to Orsted’s fight against climate change. Orsted’s Bioenergy and Thermal Power capabilities ensure reliable, clean and sustainable electricity and heat production solutions.

Distribution & Customer Solutions: We all use energy. Orsted’s Distribution & Customer Solutions supply it. Using intelligent and energy-efficient methods, here Orsted handles the purchase, sale and distribution of energy.