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LM Wind Power aims to be CO2-neutral

Danish blade manufacturer LM Wind Power has set a goal to be completely carbon-neutral from 2018.

As one of the first players in the wind industry, LM Wind Power plans to become 100 percent CO2-neutral, writes the company in a statement Wednesday.

To achieve this goal, LM Wind Power will take measures such as transitioning 100 percent to renewable energy in production and administration from the beginning of next year.

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