"None of us thought it would happen so fast"

After a decade of booming development, the time has come for stable conditions, says Holger Bang, Chief Investment Officer at Nordic Solar Energy. He made his foray into the industry due to coincidence, hard work and particularly his German skills.

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"You speak German, don't you?"

Holger Bang was met with this question in 2008 when an old study buddy called him up, because the friend was looking for a new colleague on the German wind turbine market. The phone call and subsequent meeting spurred Bang to take the leap to the energy sector at the young firm European Energy, where he served as country manager for Germany. At the same time, he left a promising job at Danish telecommunications firm TDC, where he was to work closely with the management team on the group's business development.

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