Ørsted: Disappointing to lose in the US, but there are many opportunities ahead

"We tried to position ourselves not only as 'first movers' on the US market and front runners in capacity development, but also as front runners in the expansion of capacity on a large scale," says the disappointed offshore wind president at Ørsted, Martin Neubert, after defeat in a blossoming US market.

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Danish utility Ørsted was disappointed when it was the only project developer to go home empty-handed from the Massachusetts offshore wind tender held in May.

On several occasions the utility's management had named the US as a new, potential growth market for Ørsted, which worked hard to gain a foothold in the country on the other side of the Atlantic.

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