Enercon reveals rare figures from the accounts

CEO of privately held Enercon, Hans-Dieter Kettwig, gives a seldom glimpse into the business.

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Wind turbine manufacturer, Enercon, has unveiled figures from its financial accounting which only happens on rare occassions.

Enercon is the world's fifth-largest turbine manufacturer and has a strong hold on the domestic German market. The company is privately owned and does not have to appease investors and analysts with regular updates.

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