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Dong wants to be the biggest in the US

Dong's board has given executive management the authority to conquer the US coastlines.

Photo: Jyllands-Posten

It may not come as a surprise that Denmark's Dong Energy has decided to bet on the US market for offshore wind turbines, but in an interview with Danish media Børsen, Chairman Thomas Thune Andersen now gauges the ambition.

The Danish offshore specialist wants to be bigger than anyone else in the country.

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