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In order to accommodate recent growth, AWS Truewind will move its operations to a new building as of January 30. According to the company, the current company staff size of 40 employees reflects a quadrupling in the past six years. The new office space will accommodate the current staff comfortably and provide adequate growing room for the next several years.

"[This move is] a symptom of our success as well as a commitment to continue being a premiere consulting firm to the wind industry," says Bruce Bailey, president of AWS Truewind. The company's new home will remain in the capital region of New York State at 463 New Karner Road, Albany, N.Y., 12205. The new phone number will be (518) 213-0044.



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