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Applied Wind Turbine Services LLC, doing business as Turn Energy Maintenance, has entered the North American wind power market with the launch of wind turbine maintenance and repair services. The Austin-based company's traveling technicians will perform maintenance, repair, retrofit and commissioning services for wind turbine owners.

"Our company has been formed to help meet the overwhelming demand for technicians to provide wind turbine maintenance and repair services in the U.S.," says Russ Carr, president of Turner Energy. "We intend to provide a professional, reliable and accountable technician solution for our customers."

More information about Turner Energy's new services can be found at tem-llc.com


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