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St. Louis-based Wind Capital Group (WCG), independent developers of wind energy, has opened a new office in Madison, Wis.

"We feel it is important to demonstrate our long-term commitment to the communities we serve, and this new space will allow us to expand our efforts to bring wind energy home to the people and communities of Wisconsin and the upper Midwest," says Dean Baumgardner, WCG's senior vice president of development and operations.

Baumgardner will manage the office, located in the Executive Business Park at 2923 Marketplace Dr.


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