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St. Louis-based Wind Capital Group (WCG), a wind energy developer, has hired two wind industry veterans. Robert Vosberg has been named senior vice president for engineering and procurement, and Brian Hicks has been named director for project finance.

"As Wind Capital Group continues to expand, it is important for us to bring on board the best talent in the industry," says WCG President Tom Carnahan. "Robert and Brian are important additions to our team, and we are privileged to have two people of their experience and reputation joining Wind Capital Group."

Vosberg will be based in WCG's Madison, Wis., office. Previously, he was manager of transmission and wind energy development at Alliant Energy. He has more than 30 years of experience in the electric utility industry, of which the past 10 years have been focused on wind and other renewables. Vosberg holds a degree in engineering and is a registered professional engineer with the state of Wisconsin.

Hicks will work from WCG's Chicago office. For the past eight years, Hicks served as assistant vice president for corporate finance with E.ON. He holds a degree in economics from DePauw University and a master's degree from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

SOURCE: Wind Capital Group



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