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Ørsted selects Bladt for two German offshore wind farms

Bladt receives an order for monopile foundations going to Gode Wind 3 and Borkum Riffgrund 3. The foundations will be manufactured at Bladt's expanded facilities at Lindø Industrial Park in Odense, Southern Denmark.

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Danish utility Ørsted has placed an order with compatriot firm Bladt for 41 monopile foundations going to German offshore wind farms Gode Wind 3 and Borkum Riffgrund 3 totaling 1.14GW, reports business daily Børsen.

This is Bladt's first major order since the company launched plans to expand its production facilities at the Lindø Industrial Park in Odense, Southern Denmark, earlier this year.

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