Firms to produce wooden turbine blades to give wind industry ‘sustainable future’

Renewable materials firm Stora Enso and Voodin Blades have signed an agreement to produce turbine blades made from wood as an alternative to carbon fibre and fibreglass.

by Ian Griggs
Stora Enso's sawmill in Austria (Pic credit: Stora Enso)
Stora Enso's sawmill in Austria (Pic credit: Stora Enso)

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