Dong is pushing Germany for higher offshore wind targets

In connection with the launch of wind farms Gode Wind 1 & 2 farms, the Danish Energy company is using the opportunity to take to the German capital and push the future German government to increase its offshore wind construction targets.

Berlin is approximately 175 km to the nearest port city and 400 km to the offshore turbines in the North Sea.

In other words, not the ideal place to officially launch a wind farm. However, Dong Energy is taking to the German capital to cut the metaphorical ribbon on the farms Gode Wind 1 & 2  for a specific reason: because of the upcoming German election on Sept. 24.

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