Vestas aims to offset price pressure with larger orders

The price of wind turbines – with a single exception – is currently finding global balance, says the Vestas CFO, who is excited about larger orders from larger customers. She is also excited about the growth in the company's stabilizing business section.

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Not that long ago, Vestas was known for repeatedly dealing positive surprises to the market. Several years in a row, analysts had to acknowledge that they had underestimated what the turbine would deliver.

However, now the tide has turned.

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