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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) presented AWS Truewind with the 2007 Wind Energy Program Outstanding Technology Acceptance Award, given in recognition of the contribution made by the company's advanced wind mapping technology to accelerate market penetration of wind technology into the U.S. electric generation portfolio.

AWS Truewind, the DOE Wind Energy Program and Wind Powering America state partners collaborated to develop modern wind resource maps in over 30 states. AWS Truewind produced the wind resource maps with its MesoMap system. Maps have been produced in all 50 U.S. states and nine Canadian provinces.


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