German turbine manufacturer opens Taiwan office

The leading wind turbine manufacturer on the southeast Asian market will spend TWD 8 billion over the next decade boosting its position.

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Enercon has opened a branch in Taiwan, announces the firm.

The German wind turbine manufacturer will invest around TWD 8 billion (EUR 228 million) over the next ten years creating a market hub and regional base in Taipei.

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