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Garrad Hassan (GH), a provider of products and services for the wind industry, has hired Lars Landberg, who will open a new GH office in Copenhagen, Denmark. In addition, he will be a director of Garrad Hassan and Partners Ltd. (the GH UK trading company) and a member of the board. He will be responsible for meteorological research and development and will be involved in management tasks throughout GH Group.

Prior to joining Garrad Hassan, Landberg was head of meteorology and coordinator of Riso Wind Energy Research and deputy head of the wind energy department at Riso National Laboratories DTU in Denmark. He is also the coordinator of the Danish Research Consortium for Wind Energy.


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