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Lexington, Mass.-based WindPole Ventures LLC will provide wind resource data for a project being developed by Invenergy Wind Development LLC. Under the agreement, WindPole will equip towers in six states to generate wind resource data for Invenergy. The company will use a national portfolio of tall towers, including 1,200 towers formerly used in AT&T's microwave relay network.

"The agreement with Invenergy advances WindPole's mission of providing real-time, hub height wind resource data," says Steve Kropper, CEO of WindPole. "We are focused on building out 580 sites to meet the forecasting needs of 85% of all current and planned wind generation assets."

SOURCE: WindPole Ventures LLC


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