Danish wind CEO sees bright year ahead driven by US and China

Growth in the US and Chinese wind markets will unleash a 15-17 percent growth for wind turbine subcontractor JSB Group.

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Danish company JSB Group, which supplies wind turbine reinforcement to customers including Vestas, Siemens Gamesa and GE, sees strong years ahead for the industry and looks forward to a DKK 1 billion revenue.

The company's CEO, Frank Nielsen, says the US market has seen a "a lot of turbulence," but progress is being made despite this, driven by several states' increasing investment in renewables and the extension of the PTC tax scheme.

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