The rate of wind power development in Denmark is now the slowest since the 1970s. Just nine turbines -- 2.625 MW -- were installed during the first three months of the year, reports the Danish Association of Windmill Manufacturers. This compares with an average of 18 MW for each quarter of 1991 when the domestic market was still expanding. Exports in the first three months of this year were buoyant with 162 turbines, totalling 44.7 MW, leaving the country, although this was slightly down compared with last year's average.
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