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Executive quits world's fifth largest wind turbine manufacturer

Disagreement over future strategy is allegedly why the German manufacturer of the "rolls royce of wind turbines" has dropped from two head executives to one.

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Germany's largest wind turbine manufacturer Enercon has lost one of its two leading figures. 41-year-old CEO Nicole Fritsch-Nehring is stepping down from her position at the end of October and leaving the company by the end of the year. This is according to an announcement from Enercon, writes German newspaper Nordwest Zeitung.

However this does not leave Enercon wholly without a CEO.

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