News Digest Item
25 Jan 2017

“Unfazed by Trump, innogy sticks with U.S. wind expansion plans”


German energy company innogy will continue with plans to enter the U.S. onshore wind market, despite worries over future support of renewables in the wake of Donald Trump’s presidency, reports Reuters. "We are not in waiting mode in the United States. […] We do it because wind is a competitive technology in the United States," the company’s CEO Peter Terium said at business daily Handelsblatt’s annual energy industry conference in Berlin.

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