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Vestas lets slip with its biggest news in years

Hidden behind the fanfare surrounding the launch of its largest turbine, Vestas has revealed a plan to invest in new energy systems in the future. While the announcement was discreet, the potential is massive.

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"Wind is our core and it will continue to be our core," says Anders Runevad.

Vestas' CEO clearly wants to hammer this point home, when speaking at a technology seminar hosted by the Danish wind manufacturer Thursday.

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