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GLWN, a non-profit wind energy advisory group and supply chain network, says it has expanded its U.S. supply chain capabilities with the appointment of Mathew Bramson as manager of supply chain research.

In this newly created role, Bramson enhances GLWN's service to regional economic-development groups seeking to engage their manufacturing base in emerging clean energy markets such as offshore wind, according to GLWN. The team also assists in evaluation and coaching of manufacturers to speed market entry.

Bramson first joined as in intern during summer 2008 while a student at University of Pennsylvania. He returned last fall after completing a degree in material science and engineering. 



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