Dong hires British firm to inspect 780 blades

A Fred Olsen subsidiary has entered a framework agreement with Dong Energy for blade inspection on the energy company's offshore wind turbines in the UK, Germany, and Denmark.

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British Natural Power has secured a significant service deal from Dong Energy, shows a press release.

The service provider, which is a subsidiary of Fred Olsen, has won a tender for blade inspection on the Danish utility's British, German, and Danish offshore wind turbines. The framework agreement covers 260 turbines – or 780 blades.

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