Ambitious Canadian company snatches up former Dong exec

Northland Power, which has become a major player in offshore wind over recent years, has now hired a former executive and board member of Dong Energy's offshore wind division.

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Canada's Northland Power is boosting strength in its executive team.

The energy company has hired a sixth member to the team from Aug. 1 as Morten Melin has been appointed executive vice president of construction, states Northland Power in a press release.

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