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Tailwind into new markets

The NorSea Group is aiming for new markets.

Within five years wind energy will contribute to thirty percent of the company’s activities, according to CEO, John E. Stangeland.
– We have to be able to adapt and seize new opportunities, he says.

For years Denmark has been at the forefront of wind energy, both on and offshore. The NorSea Group has recruited Danish competence in Kaspar Fjetland Højvig. He is VP Business Development & Strategy and will contribute to the future development of Norsea Wind as a company. Højvig explains that until recently 90 percent of all the worlds windmills left from Esbjerg and that currently 80 percent of offshore wind capacity around Europe is shipped from Esbjerg harbour. This is where Norsea Wind has established their head office.
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