Canadian wind utility: We are on par with Dong and Vattenfall

Canada's Northland Power has big dreams in the world of offshore wind and will not be intimidated by the current bidding war between two Nordic offshore heavyweights.

Compared to Danish Dong Energy and Sweden's Vattenfall, Canadian Northland Power is still a very new addition to the offshore wind market.

Although the company has been involved in some projects – including the 332 MW German Nordsee 1 farm – there is still a long road ahead to reach the level of the two Scandinavian behemoths which are currently in the midst of an intense price war in European offshore auctions.

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