MHI Vestas joins global wind energy lobby organization

The Danish-Japanese offshore wind turbine manufacturer is joining the Global Wind Energy Council.

Photo: MHI Vestas

The lobby organization Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) will soon have a more commanding voice. One the world's largest manufacturers of offshore wind turbines, MHI Vestas, has decided to join the wind sector interest group, writes MHI Vestas in a press statement.

MHI Vestas will gain a seat on GWEC's board of directors and intends to play an active role in opening additional markets for offshore wind on a global level, the company informs.

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