Norwegian offshore wind sector wants billions of NOK from government for development

The Norwegian wind sector must seize the current moment to create value and jobs, but it requires investments from the state, says the sector.

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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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