New solution to help Vestas on freezing markets

The Danish turbine manufacturer launched a new anti-icing system today which will help the company conquer cold climates.

A new solution to deal with freezing weather and ice will help Vestas secure orders on notoriously cold markets.

The system was introduced by Vestas today at the WinterWind conference in Sweden and it is designed to remove the ice that would otherwise build on the turbine blades, reducing production of the machine.

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