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Norway could create 75,000 green jobs

A report concludes that there is great potential for job creation in Norwegian green energy ventures.

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Norway has the potential to become a growth economy in green energy but so far Norwegian companies have not been good at utilizing the many opportunities, concludes Boston Consulting Group in a report commissioned by the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (Næringslivets Hovedorganisasjon – NHO), writes web-media E24.no.

"We see many good examples of companies which are headed towards success. But in general in Norwegian business, there is big unexploited potential," says Øyvind Torp, who drafted the report, to E24.

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