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EnBW meets Norwegian officials at WindEurope to develop cooperation on energy and industry

The Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW) met State Secretary Andreas Bjelland Eriksen (Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy) to develop the Norwegian-German cooperation on energy end green industry.
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From left: Holger Grubel, Head of Portfolio Development Offshore Wind (EnBW), Andreas Bjelland Eriksen, State Secretary at the Norwegian Ministry of Energy, Michael Class, Head of Portfolio Development Generation (Source: EnBW).

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