Danish wind consultants plan for big expansion in 2018

After expanding in 2017, wind consultancy K2 Management is planning to hire 100 new employees in 2018, CEO Henrik Stamer explains to EnergyWatch.

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Denmark's K2 Management expects to hire 100 new employees during 2018, corresponding to a third of today's staff.

We have received so many requests to deliver solutions for the development and construction of offshore wind farms, that if just half lead to final contracts, we will need to employ 100 staff over the next year

Henrik Stamer, CEO, K2 Management

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