Naver Energy seeks market lead in international partnership

The newly established Danish wind energy consultancy, led by experienced profiles backed with British capital, aims to become the preferred choice of offshore wind developers when launching new projects, the first of such being near at hand, says CEO.

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With big growth ambitions for the coming years and an aim of taking a solid share of offshore wind development, a group of energy sector veterans have opted to jump into what’s become a rather overcrowded market.

Denmark-based Naver Energy thus means to utilize the collective experience of its partner team, with capital from UK-based Venterra Group supporting company efforts to enter offshore wind markets globally.

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