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Run Energy, a global energy services company, has promoted Anders Pedersen to operations manager. Danish-born Pedersen has been involved in the wind industry for over 12 years.

Pedersen has served in a number of technical and supervisory positions from his home base of Abilene, Texas. Pedersen will head up Run Energy's Abilene service center, which is a forerunner to Run's aggressive growth strategy of providing locally based wind services central to wind farm activities.

"I am committed to ensuring Run's customers receive the very highest level of service and to helping the wind industry meet the technical challenges of providing trained and competent service technicians," says Pederson.




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