Rose Holm is a Denmark-based company that specializes in producing wind energy and heat exchange. They are also one of the leading renewable energy businesses in Denmark. Now, they also want to expand their reach and open a US location. As a result, they have chosen Henrico County, Virginia.
The company plans to invest $1.35 million toward the new expansion, which is expected to soon create 10 new jobs.
From Area Development Magazine:
“Rose Holm aims to play a significant role as a key component supplier in offshore wind energy generation. [And] the impressive access to a strong and diverse workforce also made Virginia shine as an excellent place to launch our U.S. operations and service our customers in the wind and plate heat exchanger industries.” […]
“Thanks to our competitive business climate, top-notch workforce, and accessibility to U.S. markets, the Commonwealth is a favorable location for international businesses in many industries.” […]
“Our Clean Energy Virginia initiative is driving new investment and new jobs in renewable energy. […] Now it is bringing a new manufacturing facility to Henrico County.” […]
“This move will bring new jobs and economic investment. [Now,] the company will help supply industries already operating in Virginia as well as those in the growing offshore wind industry.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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