Gamesa and Areva form offshore wind joint venture Adwen

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New company will design, manufacture, commission, and service wind turbines and aims to seize 20 per cent of European market by 2020

Energy and engineering giants Gamesa and Areva have this week announced the launch of Adwen, a joint venture dedicated to offshore wind, which aims to grab 20 per cent of the European market by the end...

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