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GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
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July 10, 2012 
A tower is pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. A hub and towers... 
Esbjerg, Denmark 
Tower is pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg 
A tower is pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. A hub and towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
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