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Vestas believes in further African orders after Turkana

Although the Kenyan project Lake Turkana continues to face challenges, Vestas is optimistic about African markets.

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The problems with Vestas' major Lake Turkana project in Kenya are not yet over, but the company hopes to "very soon" be able to announce new orders in Morocco and and western Africa.

This has been announced by the company to news media Reuters in connection with the Africa Energy Forum conference in Copenhagen.

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