Nascent US wind market challenges Danish energy companies

After winning the goodwill of politicians by investing billions of DKK in lobbies, two Danish energy companies are now pushing for a huge offshore wind contract in the US state of Massachusetts. One challenge in particular depends on the authorities, says the state agency helping the industry manoeuvre in the tight market.

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After a huge lobby investment from the offshore wind industry, the US state Massachusetts has flung open its doors and welcomed European wind turbine developers with open arms. But the companies which are currently fighting to secure the rights to sell offshore wind to the state must lay out their battle plans carefully.

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