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Anders Eldrup, former DONG Energy CEO, has been appointed new chairman of the Danish wind turbine test center LORC, where the construction of the LORC Nacelle Testing facility is progressing according to plan.

According to the center, Eldrup will hold a key position in the development of the offshore wind turbine industry as chairman of the board, whose members include executives from the wind turbine manufacturers, utilities and universities.

The center says its LORC Nacelle Testing facility will have the ability to test the entire nacelle and a capacity to test nacelles of up to 10 MW.





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