Just two turbine manufacturers chose to exhibit at Copenhagen Offshore Wind -- Vestas and Siemens. "We hope to get more foreign companies next time," said Stephan Ghisler of the Danish wind industry association. A total of 107 companies were represented on the exhibition floor and welcomed 3250 visitors. Consulting companies dominated, joined by those offering electrical systems, hydraulics, mechanical components and operation and maintenance -- a good portion of these from the offshore oil and gas industry.
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