Romania readies itself

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Adam Barber
January 28, 2011
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Romania readies itself

Vestas – the very same firm that has been cutting its workforce and talking a tough game when it comes to the future of European wind – has opened an office in Bucharest, Romania.

Fighting talk if ever there was. And potentially a serious U-turn since the comments made to investors just a couple of months ago.

Irrespective of the company’s appetite for investment, it’s refreshing to see such an established organisation commit some serious capital to an emerging local market. As Romania has consistently proved over the past 24 months, it remains steadfastly committed to wind energy and it continues to woe plenty of foreign investors to set up shop.

The question of course, is who will be next to follow suit? Romania, go strut your stuff.

Vestas – the very same firm that has been cutting its workforce and talking a tough game when it comes to the future of European wind – has opened an office in Bucharest, Romania.

Fighting talk if ever there was. And potentially a serious U-turn since the comments made to investors just a couple of months ago.

Irrespective of the company’s appetite for investment, it’s refreshing to see such an established organisation commit some serious capital to an emerging local market. As Romania has consistently proved over the past 24 months, it remains steadfastly committed to wind energy and it continues to woe plenty of foreign investors to set up shop.

The question of course, is who will be next to follow suit? Romania, go strut your stuff.

Vestas – the very same firm that has been cutting its workforce and talking a tough game when it comes to the future of European wind – has opened an office in Bucharest, Romania.

Fighting talk if ever there was. And potentially a serious U-turn since the comments made to investors just a couple of months ago.

Irrespective of the company’s appetite for investment, it’s refreshing to see such an established organisation commit some serious capital to an emerging local market. As Romania has consistently proved over the past 24 months, it remains steadfastly committed to wind energy and it continues to woe plenty of foreign investors to set up shop.

The question of course, is who will be next to follow suit? Romania, go strut your stuff.

Vestas – the very same firm that has been cutting its workforce and talking a tough game when it comes to the future of European wind – has opened an office in Bucharest, Romania.

Fighting talk if ever there was. And potentially a serious U-turn since the comments made to investors just a couple of months ago.

Irrespective of the company’s appetite for investment, it’s refreshing to see such an established organisation commit some serious capital to an emerging local market. As Romania has consistently proved over the past 24 months, it remains steadfastly committed to wind energy and it continues to woe plenty of foreign investors to set up shop.

The question of course, is who will be next to follow suit? Romania, go strut your stuff.

Vestas – the very same firm that has been cutting its workforce and talking a tough game when it comes to the future of European wind – has opened an office in Bucharest, Romania.

Fighting talk if ever there was. And potentially a serious U-turn since the comments made to investors just a couple of months ago.

Irrespective of the company’s appetite for investment, it’s refreshing to see such an established organisation commit some serious capital to an emerging local market. As Romania has consistently proved over the past 24 months, it remains steadfastly committed to wind energy and it continues to woe plenty of foreign investors to set up shop.

The question of course, is who will be next to follow suit? Romania, go strut your stuff.

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