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Wharton, N.J.-based North American Wind Service Alliance (NAWSA), a provider of wind generator repair services, has announced the addition of two members.

Birmingham, Ala.-based Jay Electric was formed in the 1920s, and its repair and replacement service extends to Florida, Mississippi and parts of Tennessee.

Denver-based Wazee Electric has an 85-year history of electrical and mechanical service. The company provides wind generator support to facilities in the Rocky Mountain area.

Other NAWSA members include Sloan Electric of San Diego; H&N Electric of Pasco, Wash.; Evans Enterprises of Oklahoma City; Trico TC-Wind of Litchfield, Minn.; and Longo Electrical-Mechanical of Wharton, N.J.

NAWSA members service all aspects of wind service, from up-tower service to generator diagnostics and repairs for wind farm sites across the country.

SOURCE: North American Wind Service Alliance


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