Vattenfall poised to follow Dong into the US

Over decades, Dong Energy has enjoyed success as a first mover on new offshore wind markets. This has sparked envy at Swedish competitor Vattenfall, which is strongly considering following its Danish rival into the budding US offshore market.

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Dong Energy could soon be joined by its biggest competitor on offshore wind when launching its entry into the US market.

Sweden's Vattenfall, which over the past year has mounted a challenge against the Danish energy company within offshore wind, is seriously considering entering into the fresh US market.

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