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Vestas ranked as world's biggest wind turbine supplier in 2017

For the second consecutive year, Vestas tops the list of the world's biggest wind turbine suppliers. The US market helped the Danish manufacturer land first place.

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Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has once more been crowned the world's biggest supplier of wind turbines. In a preliminary review from analyst agency FTI Consulting, Vestas ranks first place, followed by Siemens Gamesa as the runner up.

Vestas secured the lead due to its "wide geographic diversification strategy and strong performance in the US market," writes the consultant firm.

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