Taihan said on Wednesday that it would provide up to 25 percent of orders from Energinet, a public company that supplies electricity and gas. "This deal will provide good opportunities to win orders in Denmark's neighboring countries such as Germany and Norway," a Taihan official said.
Taihan has established its European office in 2017 to win orders in countries where governments and state-owned power companies are re-establishing power grids to improve their transmission efficiency and cover range.
Taihan won a $114 million deal from Australia's power transmission company TransGrid in December last year to provide underground cables to meet growing electricity demand in the Australian state of New South Wales.
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