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Vattenfall project scrapped in Denmark

The Swedish utility is rejected by Western Denmark's Esbjerg, which won't be accepting the repowering project recently postponed in the future, either.

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The turbines at project Tjæreborg Enge in Western Denmark aren't going to be replaced, now or after the coming municipal elections in November, say the two major political parties in city Esbjerg, the Liberals and the Social Democrats.

This assertion comes after Vattenfall on Tuesday put its original repowering project on hold, saying that a new proposal would be launched with plans to switch the old turbines with fewer, but bigger new ones in 2022, reports domestic newspaper JydskeVestkysten.

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