Vattenfall extends position at wind port hubs along Danish west coast

Western Denmark’s port towns are in high demand as hubs supplying the impending major offshore wind build in the North Sea, the Swedish utility says, revealing further agreements to that end on the horizon.

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To handle the major looming offshore wind expansion in the North Sea, port towns serving as transport hubs for facilitating development are coming into greater demand.

For that reason, Swedish utility Vattenfall has a keen eye on the Danish western coast, where several ports nestled along the sea are well suited for the task at hand.

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