Denmark's CIP wants to be Canadian wind pioneer

INTERVIEW: Climate conditions are rough but opportunities for offshore wind farms off of Canada's East Coast look promising, says Christina Grumstrup Sørensen from Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, which aims to build the country's first offshore farm.

Photo: Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

The budding US offshore wind market is currently attracting immense attention, particularly after Dong Energy announced its grand foray into the land of opportunity.

The same sentiment has previously been expressed by the former Dong executives, which now make up Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) likewise targeting a project off the US East Coast.

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