Danish engineers gear up in pursuit of US offshore wind

Engineering firm Enabl prepares to open its first office in the US to ready itself for US offshore wind taking serious hold.

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Denmark's Enabl, a recently established engineering firm created in a merger, aims to be present at the site of customer demand, and has thereby plans to open its first office in the US on Aug. 1 this year, Enabl informs in a press statement.

"A new political climate in the US means we now expect the offshore market to start taking off. As it is still in its early phase, our initial focus will be on supporting the onshore market. Proximity to the customers and their operations is crucial, which is why we’re opening our first office in Florida," writes Enabl Chief Operating Officer Rasmus U. Jessen in the media release.

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