Vestas dominated in six European markets

Besides major victories in its domestic market, Vestas seems to have increased its market share in Europe's three largest markets in 2016. However, the Danish turbine manufacturer has completely lost its grip on last year's second-largest buying nation.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

There is no place like home.

However home is usually not the ideal market for a wind turbine manufacturer, unless they happen to hail from the US, China, or Germany. But for Denmark's Vestas, its home ground has proven bountiful.

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