Edition 11/2014
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In the German energy transition, wind energy will be a key focus for the next decades, Federal Minister Sigmar Gabriel said in his opening address of WindEnergy Hamburg. Until 26 September, 1.200 exhibitors from 30 countries will be showcasing products and services at the world’s largest wind fair in Hamburg.

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