MHI Vestas is poised to deliver Dong's mega turbines

Collaboration across the value chain will be the offshore wind turbine manufacturer's greatest advantage over coming years, says the CEO. Meanwhile, lack of action from politicians represents the biggest risk.

As a joint venture, MHI Vestas was born for collaborations, says CEO Jens Tommerup. An ability to ensure future success. | Photo: Micheael Hansen

A camera crew is getting ready to film MHI Vestas' headquarters, not long after a decision made by the company to leave its current premises in Northern Denmark due to practical reasons.

Two months ago, when the offshore wind turbine manufacturer first announced that this move would create approximately 400 new jobs, there was extensive media coverage. However, confused media outlets primarily used images from the company's neighboring buildings, which house parent company Vestas rather than MHI Vestas. Now, the latter is taking care to ensure that the right cover images are available.

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