Denmark exported just over 90 MW of wind plants, 280 turbines, in the first quarter of the year, making it the second best quarter ever for the country's wind industry. The best quarter was the preceding three month period when 134 MW, 393 turbines, were sold abroad. New in the quarterly report of sales issued by the Danish Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association are shipments of "component sets." Nearly 4 MW of these, 14 wind turbines, were sold to Germany and just over 35 MW, 145 turbines, went to India. This brings total exports of wind plants from Denmark in the first three months to just under 130 MW, or 439 wind turbines. India, where 74 MW of turbines and components were sold, overtook Germany as Denmark's best current market. Some 41 MW of wind plants were sold to Germany.
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Senior Renewable Energy Analyst (WindGEMINI Product Lead) DNV GL Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol