Engineering News 29 September 2011

Denmark-based LM Wind Power, the world’s largest manufacturer of turbine blades, is considering establishing a plant in South Africa to supply the African market and other top emerging wind markets such as Brazil, a senior official said on Wednesday. The mooted plant, which would be LM’s first in the southern hemisphere, could also boost a nascent wind power market in Africa’s strongest economy as it moves away from coal, which supplies more than 90 percent of South Africa’s electricity.

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