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DeWind Inc., a subsidiary of Composite Technology Corp. (CTC), which produces utility-scale wind turbines, has hired Emil Moroz as executive vice president, engineering.

Before joining DeWind, Moroz was the chief engineer at Garrad Hassan America Inc., where he was responsible for wind turbine assessment and site suitability review. Prior to Garrad Hassan, he was a system integration leader at GE Wind Energy.

"I am pleased to welcome Emil to our DeWind management team, where we believe that his valuable experience from the industry will assist us in the successful introduction of DeWind's advanced 2 MW model D8.2 to North America this year," says Michael Porter, CTC's president.


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