Bids Ready for Nysted II Offshore Windfarm

Thursday, October 27, 2005
The Danish Energy Authority has approved four applicants to bid on construction of the world’s large offshore park at Nysted, south of the isle of Lolland. The bidders are a Dutch company, a Danish company and two Danish/ Swedish consorts. This is good news according to the managing director of the Danish Wind Industry Association.
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