Cadeler CEO: All within offshore wind must keep pace if expansion is to succeed

”I think that if you normalize over some years, then we will come to see higher energy prices than what we were used to but lower than the ones we have now,” says Mikkel Gleerup, chief executive of offshore wind operator Cadeler.

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The ambitious political plans for an offshore wind expansion in both the North Sea and the Baltic Sea provide big opportunities for an offshore wind service operator such as Cadeler.

And the plans are ”definitely” making CEO Mikkel Gleerup considering stepping up the company’s activities in the region.

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