Media: Denmark to build test center for offshore turbines in China

After the head of China's National Energy Administration paid a visit to Denmark this weekend, the Danish Minister for Energy, Lars Christian Lilleholt, has now aired the idea of a joint testing center for offshore wind turbines in China.

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Danish expertise in offshore wind could be headed to China to construct a test center for offshore wind turbines, reports international news bureau Reuters. The center would be operated as a joint venture between Denmark and China.

The Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities, and Climate, Lars Christian Lilleholt, has confirmed that Denmark and China aim to build a testing and demonstration center for offshore wind turbines in China. The information has emerged after Nur Bekri, Head of China's National Energy Administration (NEA), visited Denmark Sunday.

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