Optimism in the wind power industry more than ever perceived


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Wednesday, 30 March 2011
There has never been this upbeat mood in the wind power industry, something which was not a favoured discussion in the past years. This has not been driven by the events in Japan because this optimism occurred in 2010 far before the Japanese nuclear crisis.

Accrdong to Danish news paper, Jyllands-Posten, new figures from the Organization DWIA shows that 2010 turned out to be a year in which the Danish wind power company Vestas developed much better than expected. It is also true with other wind power firms such as Siemens Power, LM Glasfiber and hundreds of subcontractors, which represents the green industry in Denmark.

“Since we are a year ago, we looked back at 2010, it looked like a difficult year. But 2010 did put the fears to shame, "says Jan Hylleberg, CEO of DWIA to Jyllands-Posten.

Revenue growth according to DWIA calculation of just over Dkr55 billion, is a record and an increase of 8.2 percent compared to 2009. At the same time according to Jan Hylleberg, the fact that exports have risen close to 11 percent, makes the wind industry able to defend its share of 8.5 percent of Danish exports. An exercise mainly succeeded because of rising sales to the European market where the anxiety for green energy is at all time high.
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