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Apex Wind Energy Inc. has awarded renewable energy developer TUV SUD America Inc. a master service agreement to perform maintenance services on Apex's met-mast fleet in the U.S.

The contract covers a range of field services for Apex's met-mast fleet across the U.S., including full sensor replacement, maintenance on current met-mast sites, restoration of communication devices, and the updating and supply of full documentation of met-mast sites, reinstallation, decommissioning and other services. The project began in late October and will continue through 2013.


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