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Dong and Vattenfall initiate joint project

The two competing companies have initiated a joint offshore project to ensure emergency power supply for their offshore wind farms Horns Rev 2 and 3.

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Rival Nordic utilities Dong Energy and Vattenfall make for strange bedfellows.

However, the two companies have initiated a joint project to ensure emergency supply to their respective wind turbines should their export cables to land fail.

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