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Argosy Wind Power, a U.S.-based manufacturer of small-scale wind turbines, has moved its global headquarters to a larger facility in Aurora, Ohio.

The company says the move was necessary to meet growing demands for its direct-drive turbines by vendors in Europe, South America, North America and Asia. After just two years of producing wind turbines, Argosy says its original manufacturing plant and headquarters was no longer capable of handling order volume efficiently.




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