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Wind energy consulting firm Helimax Energy recently relocated its head offices to 4100 Molson St., Suite 100, Montreal (Quebec) Canada H1Y 3N1.

Located within the Technopole Angus complex, this site promotes sustainable development through its environmentally friendly design, development and management. The building meets Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards and adheres to ecological principles such as recycling, reduction of energy and water consumption, selection of environmentally benign building materials, reduction of ozone-depleting substances and the optimization of interior air quality through environmental maintenance of heating, cooling and ventilation.


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