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Bladt Industries searches for US partner

The US will be the next wind energy boom, says Danish wind turbine foundation manufacturer Bladt Industries, which expects to be a considerable player in that market.

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BOSTON:

Europe's wind turbine foundation manufacturers are ready to enter the US market. To illustrate, this article was composed with the assistance of Dutch Smulders as wifi sponsor for the Boston offshore wind energy conference in Boston, and German EEW in April declared it was ready to establish itself in Massachusetts. However, as the latter cooperates with Danish energy company Ørsted, which lost in the offshore wind tender in the state in late May, things might not pan out for EEW in New England just yet.

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