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Broadwind Energy Inc. has promoted Lars Moller to executive vice president and chief operating officer. Moller previously was executive vice president of business development. Matt Gadow was named executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Gadow will replace Steve Huntington, Broadwind's current chief financial officer, on May 1. Huntington will remain with the company as chief financial officer of Tower Tech Systems, a Broadwind subsidiary in Manitowoc, Wis. Gadow currently is the executive vice president of strategic planning at Broadwind.

Broadwind also announced that it has officially relocated its corporate headquarters to Naperville, Ill., from Manitowoc, Wis. Tower Tech Systems' headquarters will remain in Manitowoc, and its tower manufacturing operations will not be affected by the relocation.


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