Cloudberry accelerates offshore wind business

With the appointment of a new offshore wind CEO, the Norwegian energy firm means to expand and increase its focus on the business area.

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Norwegian renewable energy developer Cloudberry is scaling up its offshore wind efforts. The company has hired Charlotte Bergqvist to head a new business area focusing on investment and development opportunities in the Nordics, according to a statement.

"Cloudberry is determined to become a substantial developer of shallow water wind. We have an ambition to develop 2.5 GW offshore wind in the Baltic Sea by 2030. We are growing our organisation and stepping up by expanding the development team in new business unit, Cloudberry Offshore Wind," says Cloudberry Chief Executive Anders Lenborg.

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