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Run Energy, a global energy services company, is opening a Texas wind service center at 4802 South Treadaway Blvd. in Abilene.

"We believe the addition of the Abilene location will enable us to deploy our locally based wind service teams faster and more cost-effectively," says Brad Gryder, general manager for Run Wind Energy. "At Run, we are committed to serving the needs of the Texas wind industry."

Run Energy's wind services include commissioning, installation and construction, meteorological data towers, maintenance, major component changeout and quality control. In addition to North America, Run Energy has offices in Australia and the U.K.


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