AkzoNobel lands protective coatings contract for German wind farm

By Kasia Patel
Published: Thursday, 18 June 2015

With over 55% of global offshore wind capacity currently utilising AkzoNobel's products, the company's reputation as a reliable supplier of protective coatings, which rely on a number of industrial minerals to impart protective properties, has enabled the company to agree a deal to supply the Gode Wind farm off the coast of Germany.

Dutch paint and coatings manufacturer AkzoNobel has supplied protective coatings technology to a major North Sea wind farm off the German coast. The Gode Wind offshore wind farm, which will generate enough electricity to supply 600,000 German households, will see its foundation transition pieces made in Denmark by Bladt...

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