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Vestas wants a bigger share of China's wind market

There are huge opportunities in China for Vestas, explains the company's vice president. He wants a bigger share of the Chinese market.

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Vestas believes that there are huge opportunities in the Chinese wind market and the company is setting its sights on the country in the future, reports Danish media Børsen.

"There are huge opportunities in China, and Vestas must be better at exploiting them," says Morten Dyrholm, Group Senior Vice President of Vestas, to the newspaper. Wednesday, Vestas announced three new orders totalling 151 MW, with total orders in 2016 amounting to 490 MW.

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