Vestas forms collaboration with Hempel

A new partnership between the two Danish firms will help Vestas realize its goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.

Photo: Hempel PR

The first order of business in a new strategic partnership between coating producer Hempel and wind turbine manufacturer Vestas will be to drive down production costs tied to using the coating at the turbine maker's factory in the US state of Colorado, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

The overall goal is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and Vestas' ambition in this regard is to become CO2-neutral by 2030. Initial calculations show that changing the processes tied to coating application could reduce carbon emissions by 60 percent.

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