Danish Prime Minister spurns Chinese giants for green energy push in the North Sea

Although Chinese wind turbine manufacturers have gained a dominant position in the global market, they should not be involved in the tenfold increase of green energy capacity in the North Sea, according to several players.

Hvis det står til statsminister Mette Frederiksen, skal den hårdt pressede vindindustri i Europa ikke bekymre sig om billige kinesiske vindkæmper i kampen om kommende havvindmølleparker i Nordsøen. | Photo: Bo Amstrup / Ritzau Scanpix/Bo Amstrup

Chinese wind turbine manufacturers are eager to gain a foothold in Europe, but if you ask Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, they shouldn’t be involved in the plans to convert the North Sea into a gigantic green power hub.

With this statement, Frederiksen turns her back on six of the top ten turbine makers in the world with regard to the tenfold increase of offshore wind capacity in the North Sea by 2050.

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