Denmark expands its official presence in the United States with a new consulate in the Texan metropolis Houston. The consulate will mainly be tasked with increasing export opportunities for Danish companies in wind, hydro and offshore technology.
As such, Denmark heads straight to one of the largest wind markets in the US, where US firm GE Wind holds a historically strong position. Yet turbines from Vestas and Siemens are also popular in Texas, and this new drive from Denmark will largely be about increasing opportunities for wind industry subcontractors, as they can theoretically supply any turbine manufacturer.
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