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Outland Renewable Energy LLC, a Chaska, Minn.-based developer, owner and operator of renewable energy projects, has finalized planning for the relocation of the company's field office from Gary, S.D., to Canby, Minn.

The Canby facility, located one block east of the U.S. Highway 75 and Minnesota Highway 68 intersection, will serve as the national base for Outland's administrative and operational group and certain development activities.

"A key component of the relocation was to identify a facility that would accommodate our growth and technical needs for the next five to seven years," says Steve Scott, chief operating officer for Outland.


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