Copenhagen Energy A/S (CE) is headquartered in the new development district of Carlsberg City in central Copenhagen. A visionary and sustainable city development in line with the visions of the Jacobsens (founders of Carlsberg). Our location perfectly reassembles the core of our company and our ambitions.


CE was founded in 2020 by Jasmin Bejdic and Andreas von Rosen.

Jasmin Bejdic


Renewable energy entrepreneur with 15 years experience of project development. Has initiated and led developments of around 700 MW subsidy free offshore wind in Denmark. Jasmin has hands-on experience with acquisition of operating offshore wind farms and optimization of the operations and service set-up. He has led multidisciplinary teams of engineers, project lawyers, commercial managers and communication and PR managers.  

He holds an MSc in Wind Energy from the Technical University of Denmark and a Diploma in Business Administration from San Diego State University.

Andreas von Rosen


One of the most successful developers of onshore wind and solar PV in Denmark with a proven 15-year track-record of development, construction and financing of more than 350 MW of onshore wind and solar PV. In addition, Andreas von Rosen has developed projects in Germany and the UK. He has built up a lean organization that takes care of all aspects of a renewable energy project.

He holds a MSc in Financing and Accounting from Copenhagen Business School.

Anna Konovalova

Investment Director

Extensive track record with industry leaders across the Energy and Maritime sectors. She held a number of positions during the 10-year tenure in Ørsted, most recently focused on offshore wind partnerships in the UK. Before joining CE, Anna was responsible for execution of corporate M&A transactions with Maersk Tankers.

She holds a MSc in Finance & Strategic Management from the Copenhagen Business School

Zlatan Bejdic

Director of Trading

Impressive track record within power trading and team management with 7 years of power trading experience from two leading Danish energy trading companies. Most recently he spent 2.5 years heading the Intraday Prop Trading department at Centrica Energy Trading (formerly Neas Energy). 

He holds an MSc in International Business from Copenhagen Business School.

Joy Francis-Hayes

Development Manager - Australia

Joy is a Marine Scientist with 20 years’ experience in coastal and marine developments for a wide variety of industries including oil and gas, mining, public utilities and renewables. Joy has extensive experience managing projects and leading teams to conduct high quality and robust environmental assessments. She has worked throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea, Torres Strait, New Caledonia, Singapore and Brazil.

She holds a BSc (hons) in Marine Science from Flinders University, South Australia.

Proven track record

The founders have developed more than 1 GW of own onshore & offshore wind and solar PV projects in their roles as independent developers. Some of the project are shown below.



Jammerland Bay



Jammerland Bay and Omø South Offshore Wind Farms, 560 MW

The project received final approvals in 2020 and is currently heading towards financial close. The project will be the first zero subsidy offshore wind farm in Denmark. The project has partly been divested to an international infrastructure investor.

Frederikshavn Offshore Test Center, 60 MW

The offshore test site can hold up to five turbines with a total height up to 265 m. Next generation of offshore wind turbines will be tested here before deployed in the world-wide seas and oceans. New installation techniques can be tested etc.  

Sprogø Offshore Wind Farm, 21 MW

This wind farm is seen by 25 million people per year who cross the Great Belt Bridge.

The seven 3 MW Vestas turbines were commissioned in December 2009. After acquisition of the assets in summer 2018 a significant effort has been made in optimizing the operations. A crew transfer vessel for the sole purpose of servicing the wind farm was built and an independent service provider was contracted. The return of invested capital is less than four years.

Rødby FJORD onshore wind farm, 40 MW

The project consisting of 11 3.6 MW wind turbines from Vestas was commissioned in 2016 after four years of development.

RØdby FJORD Solar Plant, 67 MW

With this solar plant the hybrid project with wind and solar was a reality. The project development started in 2017 right after the commissioning of the Rødby Fjord Onshore Wind Farm. The solar plant was constructed in November 2021.

This hybrid project has an unique production profile and P-t-X offtake is under planning.