Global Wind Service to expand its offshore wind operations

In the coming time, the Danish wind service company plans to reinforce itself to move into further international markets, where offshore wind is seriously starting to accelerate.

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A range of countries around the world are gearing up to expand offshore wind capacity after recent years of intensified focus on installing more renewable energy as a part of climate change mitigation efforts – and this opens new markets for companies across the value chain.

One of these businesses vying to get a share of new markets is Denmark's Global Wind Service.

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