AN Windenergie expects to move to larger premises within three years -- and it might find a location with enough space to resume turbine production. Presently it markets AN Bonus machines built in Denmark, though did at one time make them as well. "We have grown fast over the last two years and now number 110 employees," says Annett Zielske of the company. "Although production in Bremen ceased several years ago because our workshops were too small for the larger turbines, we have licences to build all the AN Bonus machines." These include the Bonus 2 MW unit, now in series production at Bonus in Denmark after 18 months of prototype trials.
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