Danish firm lands wind contract in Vietnam

A Danish wind consultant has secured a wind contract on the first foreign-owned wind farm in the South-East Asian country.

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K2 Management can add yet another country to its portfolio. The Danish wind supplier has been awarded a contract for project development and maintenance of the Dam Nai 40 MW wind farm in Vietnam, informs the company in a press release.

The project is owned by Singapore-based developer Blue Circle with financial backing from Armstrong Asset Management. This is the first time that the South-East Asian country has offered up a wind farm to an international owner, which has also brought in a Danish company to deal with everything from security to budget limits.

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