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To better meet the needs of its customers in the western region of North America, Albany, N.Y.-based consultancy AWS Truepower is opening a Denver office.

According to AWS, the western region of North America is expected to witness significant development of renewable energy generation and transmission expansion for the foreseeable future.

"While we also have staff positioned in California, the Pacific Northwest and western Canada, the Denver area is a logical place to focus our regional growth,” says Bruce Bailey, CEO. "This area is already recognized as a regional hub for many renewable energy companies, research laboratories and government agencies."

The company says its expansion continues a trend in which AWS has bolstered its presence in Europe, India and Latin America over the past year.

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