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AAER Inc., a Canadian wind turbine manufacturer, has retained the services of Helmut W. Moll, a strategic advisor in the wind industry, to assist the company in developing additional banking relationships and further expand its supply chain. Through this relationship, AAER will have access to administrative and office infrastructure in Bonn, Germany.

"Europe has been at the forefront of the renewable energy sector with the development of leading technologies, the emergence of global manufacturers and the deployment and financing of its alternative energy infrastructure," says Dave Gagnon, president and CEO of AAER. "Accordingly, Europe plays an important role in our industry today and Mr. Moll's extensive experience will enable AAER to further develop its interactions with manufacturers and financial players."

Moll has over 35 years of experience in the energy industry. He was most recently a board member of an independent German wind turbine manufacturer and advisor to Harpen AG, the renewable power distribution affiliate of the German conglomerate RWE Group. He started his career at AEG Siemens AG as a nuclear engineer in Cologne and he holds an engineering diploma in physics and technology from the Technical University of Aachen in Germany.



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