Last Wednesday, Vestas was selected for one of the largest jobs ever. The Finnish/Russian consortium, consisting of energy company Fortum and state-owned developer Rusnano, points to the Danish wind turbine manufacturer as supplier of turbines on the project of 1 GW, which the consortium won in last month's Russian tender.
"Russia has a lot of potential," says the Vestas CEO, Anders Runevad to Bloomberg NEF, while assessing that Russia could become a "good mid-sized market."
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