Chairman: Vestas will store energy in the future

Vestas is prepared to take on storage solutions for electricity, says Chairman Bert Nordberg during the turbine manufacturer's general assembly.

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Going forward, Vestas plans to focus on energy storage, Chairman Bert Nordberg tells Danish newspaper Berlingske at the Vestas general assembly.

"One area, in which we should be involved from the beginning, is – thanks to Tesla – the battery industry. We are looking for an industrial solution for energy storage and many companies are starting now and making batteries. But they are so focused on cars, that I am looking through the markets for who to partner with or in invest in, who might be looking into industrial storage," Nordberg tells Berlingske.

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