India's Suzlon to establish wind turbine innovation centre in Denmark  

2007.01.31
The rapidly growing Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon Energy Limited, which directs its international business from Aarhus, Jutland, plans to establish a new research centre in Denmark
The rapidly growing Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon Energy Limited, which directs its international business from Aarhus, Jutland, plans to establish a new research centre in Denmark. Per Hornung Pedersen, MD of Suzlon A/S, says that Denmark was chosen because of its wind energy competencies.
 
The new Innovation Centre will initially employ 30 staff and further expand its workforce over time. It will specialise on developing ideas and technologies for future wind turbines including the use of innovative materials. "Suzlon distinguishes between technology and innovation. Technology activities focus on the design of the turbines we are producing today, while innovation is geared to forward-looking technologies," says Pedersen.
 
Suzlon Energy Limited ranks among the world's largest wind turbine manufacturers, and is the largest in India and Asia in terms of market share (2005 figures). Suzlon's international business is directed from Aarhus, Denmark, where Suzlon has established a wholly owned subsidiary, Suzlon Energy A/S, which in turn has country headquarters in Beijing, Chicago and Melbourne. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.
 
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