New NORWEA CEO wants onshore wind back on the program

The Norwegian wind sector is facing a period of blooming offshore wind as onshore withers. Sector lobby NORWEA's new CEO looks forward to readdressing the green role of wind energy.

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Norway's wind energy sector is now being piloted with a new, experienced woman at the helm.

Åslaug Haga, once the country's minister of petroleum and energy, began as chief executive of the Norwegian Wind Energy Associated (NORWEA) in August this year. With the industry facing numerous challenges, Haga has plenty to do from the very beginning of her appointment.

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