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CIP preparing for more offshore wind: "Things will move fast in Asia"

"We're monitoring developments in Japan closely, and we've already established a Tokyo office. It is, however, a bit to soon to tell whether we're in the first tender round, but we're active in the market," says CIP partner.

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New offshore wind projects will emerge over the coming years in the US, Europe and Asia, and several international companies are attempting to partake in this growth.

This applies to players including Danish infrastructure fund Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), which is looking for growth opportunities in the aforementioned regions.

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