The first US offshore wind turbines will be rust-protected by Danish supplier

A small, family firm in regional Denmark has landed a significant order to fit advanced dehumidifiers to Block Island offshore wind farm.

Photo: Fred.Olsen Windcarrier

Rust will not stop the first American offshore wind turbines thanks to Danish firm Cotes.

The family owned firm, which is based in Slagelse, Denmark and supplies combined desalination and dehumidifier apparatuses to industries such as wind, has become one of many European suppliers to the offshore wind farm in Block Island, New York.

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