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June 22, 2021

Vestas Danes enter Romanian market

The Danish company Vestas, the world’s biggest wind turbines’ maker, opened an office in Romania, “Adevarul” reports. “The fact we are inaugurating an office here proves our confidence in this market, new, but already sending out positive signals, even if there is still a lot to be done,” Catalina Dragomir, Vestas Romania Sales Director, stated. At the same time, Hans Rieks, the deputy chairman of Vestas Central Europe, argued Romania’s wind energy sector has the biggest potential for short- and medium-run growth in Central and Eastern Europe and may amount to 14,000 MW in three to five years’ time. So far, Vestas has signed contracts to deliver, to Romania, wind turbines amounting to a total capacity of 450 MW, which are to be set up in the course of this year.

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