Vattenfall signs deal for port supplying Vesterhav projects

The Swedish utility has signed an agreement to use Denmark’s Port of Thorsminde as a supply hub for building offshore wind farms Vesterhav Nord and Syd.

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Yet another wind energy player has selected the Port of Thorsminde, Denmark, to serve as a supply hub for offshore wind installations along the nation’s western coastline.

Vattenfall has now signed a contract to utilize the port for work on developments Vesterhav Nord and Syd.

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