More than 1000 delegates attended Copenhagen Offshore Wind. Danish utility Energi E2 fielded a whopping 50 delegates, followed by rival Elsam with 37 and Danish Oil and Natural Gas (DONG) with 15. Other strong Danish representations came from turbine manufacturers, suppliers and contractors, industry associations and government agencies. Danish national laboratory Risø had 20 people attending, and several universities and research institutes were represented, as well as project developers and offshore contractors, such as Norway's Aker Kværner. Other energy companies included GE, Norsk Hydro, the UK's Centrica Energy, Germany's E.ON, FPL of the US and China's Long Yuan Electric Power Group. Banks and financiers were poorly represented.
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