Former GE and Vestas CEO to chair wind turbine company

Anders Søe-Jensen, former CEO of GE Offshore and Vestas, is the new chairman and co-owner of Danish wind turbine company Bladena.

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Danish company Bladena, which develops and produces technological solutions and improvements for wind turbines, is set to get a new chairman. The candidate is former GE Offshore and Vestas CEO Anders Søe-Jensen, who has a 17-year history of executive posts within wind.

The new chairman will help Bladena implement its technology, repair and design solutions for wind turbine blades, industry-wide.

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