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US blade manufacturer opens tech center in Denmark

Denmark is strengthening its position as a hub for the development of wind turbine blades as US-based TPI Composites plans to open a research and technology center in the city of Kolding next year. It remains uncertain how many engineers the company will hire.

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Denmark is on track to become a global hub for the development of wind turbine blades.

Not only is Denmark the home of the GE-owned LM Wind Power, but going forward, the Scandinavian country will also host the headquarters for research and technology development in the European branch of US blade manufacturer TPI Composites.

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