Vestas banking big on new business leg

It’s now appearing as slight stroke of genius that in 2014 Vestas spun off its service business into a proper division. The OEM now seeks to repeat such success with project development, preferably greenfield.

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The world is short on wind projects to fulfill policy ambitions and quench the green transition’s thirst for renewable energy.

That’s the conclusion of a new analysis from the world’s leading wind turbine manufacturer, Vestas, which has thus decided to take matters into its own hands.

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