Vestas secures 800 wind jobs with Isle of Wight blades production plan

Jessica Shankleman
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Danish giant and Mitsubishi announce plan to manufacture 8MW turbine blades on Isle of Wight, as new report underlines £21bn investment opportunity in UK

Danish wind energy giant Vestas is set to start manufacturing parts for its massive 8MW offshore turbines on the Isle of Wight from next year, as it seeks to take advantage of the UK's burgeoning offshore...

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