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Escondido, Calif.-based enXco Inc., a wind project developer and owner, recently hired David Kirkpatrick and Dave Luck.

In his new role, Kirkpatrick will work with the company's senior management and development team, focusing on wind-project development in new regions throughout the country. In addition, he will develop enXco's interest in other forms of renewable energy. Before joining the company, he was the vice president of business development at Imperium Renewables, a biodiesel manufacturer. Prior to Imperium, Kirkpatrick worked at General Electric Wind Energy as the director of northwest origination.

Luck will be joining the leaders of enXco's operations and maintenance group, focusing on new, third-party business. Prior to joining enXco, he spent the last 10 years operating his own consulting business, providing power generation industry clients with a range of technical and business consulting services - with an emphasis on renewable energy and cogeneration projects. He spent many years in the power generation industry, including 15 years with General Electric Co.


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