The potential for the Norwegian wind sector is enormous, but there is a need for investments if the sector is to truly seize it, create jobs and build a foundation for exporting the renewable energy, Arvid Nesse, CEO of organization Norwegian Wind Cluster, tells media E24.
"There were clear targets included in the state budget to build up a sector, but we were hoping it would go further in terms of proposing solutions," Nesse tells E24.
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