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Nordic Windpower, a manufacturer of wind turbines with offices in California, the U.K. and Sweden, has announced that the company is working with the Women of Wind Energy (WoWe) to inaugurate a new chapter of the advocacy group in the San Francisco Bay area, which would be the ninth in the U.S.

"Nordic Windpower is proud to support WoWe and the extraordinary women who are doing so much to accelerate the adoption of wind energy throughout the country," says Nordic Windpower communications director Andrea Taber.

SOURCE: Nordic Windpower

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