The turbine inventor Henrik Stiesdal is small in the shadows of gigantic curves of steel, watching workers weld towers that will be rooted to the seabed. This factory in the Danish countryside has churned out thousands of masts for wind turbines whose blades can stretch more than 500 feet. It’s an important contribution to a global wind revolution that’s supplying electricity to millions of homes worldwide.
Vestas Wind Systems
Danish wind turbine firm Vestas has hit the market top spot by breaking an industry record on installations worldwide, according to new analysis from Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac).
Denmark’s Vestas Wind Systems A/S fell into the red as the coronavirus squeezed its supply chain, the first quarterly loss since 2013.
Eighteen Nordic have urged EU energy ministers to back a 35% renewable energy target by 2030.