Danish energy giants join forces to develop wind turbines of the future

Several of the largest players in the Danish energy industry have teamed up to find the next technological advancements in the production of wind turbines and pumps. The companies, which count Grundfos, Danfoss, and Vestas, promise a "paradigm shift" in the industry.

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Smarter power sources, smaller pumps, and cheaper wind turbines.

This is what a new coalition of Danish energy companies hope to achieve, as they plan to spend the next four and a half years collectively researching the development of new materials and digital management tools for industries such as the energy sector.

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