Danish energy minister enters offshore wind partnership with Trump

In a new agreement, Denmark has committed to provide expertise and share experience with the US government. Danish minister calls this a huge scoop and expects that it will result in orders from Denmark.

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Denmark's Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Lars Christian Lilleholt, has entered a partnership agreement with US Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke. Denmark will provide experience and expertise in offshore wind projects, with the hope that the US will look to Denmark when selecting suppliers for projects.

"In my opinion, this is a huge scoop, considering the ongoing debate about what direction the Trump Administration is headed in. For the US government, this is big business, and I'm convinced that they won't hold back in terms of jumping on the offshore wind bandwagon," says Lilleholt.

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