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Powell, Ohio-based geoAMPS, a provider of software services for the renewable energy industry, is moving to a new location affording double the office space.

geoAMPS provides software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets for clients in a variety of industries, including renewable energy, land services, transportation and utilities. Customers include E.On Climate and Renewables North America, which is using geoAMPS software to help manage its wind farm projects in 16 states and two Canadian provinces.

The new office building is under construction. The date for the company’s move is not yet scheduled. To date, the company has added six positions, raising the total number of staff to 25.


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