Chinese makers up their fight to sell turbines overseas

China's leading wind turbine-makers are working hard to win orders abroad, despite their scant experience in the industry.

"Wherever we find potential for our products, we will go there. Right now, the most interesting markets are Europe and North America, but we are also looking at Brazil," says Tao Gang, vice-president of Sinovel.

The company is currently selecting a location for a UK office from which it wants to explore the European offshore market. "We're doing pretty intensive market research to identify which city we should go to," Tao told Recharge at the China Wind Power event in Beijing last week.

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