Cleantech firm aims to conquer US market for wind turbine waste

Ucomposites, producer of glass fibers from the wind industry's waste products, doubled its bottom line in 2020 and now prepares to enter the US market, says CEO Jakob Grymer Tholstrup.

Among other offtakers, the recycled fibers are sold to the car industries in France and Germany. | Photo: Ucomposites/PR

"Many of our customers and suppliers are already in the US, so we can travel with them to the promised land," says Jakob Grymer Tholstrup, chief executive and founder of Ucomposites.

The cleantech company is the first and only firm in the world to recycle wind turbine manufacturers' waste products to make glass fibers, with mainly European car makers like Volkswagen as its customers, he says.

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