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Able celebrates Dong arrival

July 13 - Denmark headquartered Dong Energy has signed an MoU that will see it establish a major operational hub for the construction and installation of wind turbine components at the Able Marine Energy Park (AMEP), on the banks of the River Humber in th

Able's executive chairman, Peter Stephenson, described the deal as "a major leap forward for both the Able Marine Energy Park and the ambitions to establish the Humber as a world-class centre for renewable energy technology."

He added the MoU marks a significant step towards creating a cluster of companies on the Humber that will secure the long-term future of offshore wind power generation in the UK. 

 

The AMEP site.

 

www.dongenergy.com

www.ableuk.com

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