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In 1979, the Danish manufacturer sold and installed its first turbine. It has since grown into the world’s largest wind energy company by installed capacity, with substantial sales in the U.S., China, and Germany. In 2020, revenue rose for the third consecutive year, climbing 22% to €14.8 billion ($16.9 billion), though shipping delays and supply-chain snarls have pushed up costs amid the pandemic. Vestas has kept the momentum going with new technical advances, including announcing the largest-ever turbine and technology that allows its mammoth blades to be recycled.
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