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California-based Knight & Carver Wind Group Inc. has secured a $12 million investment from Global Environment Fund, an environmental private equity investment firm.

According to Knight & Carver President and CEO Sampson A. Brown, the company will use the capital to assure its leadership position in wind turbine blade inspection, repair and maintenance services throughout the U.S. Knight & Carver provides its services to wind farm operators throughout the U.S., Latin America, Canada and Europe.

"We are grateful for the commitment Global Environment Fund has made to ensure our continuing efforts to grow Knight & Carver into a leader in the wind energy industry," says Brown.


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