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    Denmark: Port of Grenaa wants to become part of wind turbine recycling business

    February 6, 2023 - M-Brain Nordic News


      The Port of Grenaa in Denmark wants to become part of the wind turbine recycling business. Henrik Carstensen, CEO of the port, said that the port can be efficient within this business as it has a well-developed network of companies within recycling and expertise in logistics. For four years, the Port of Grenaa Havn has participated in an EU project called Decomtools, where 13 partners in six countries along the North Sea have been investigating the possibilities of reusing mainly offshore wind turbines. Theis Gisselbæk, communications director at the Port of Grenaa, said that they are waiting for a considerable number of wind turbines to be dismantled so that the project can be run on a larger scale.


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