Maine Demonstrates Optimal Wind Supply Chain Capabilities

To further propel Maine’s wind vitality inventory network items and expert administration business, the Maine Wind Industry Activity (MWII) will arrange a Maine Wind Industry Structure at WINDPOWER on June 3-6 in Atlanta, GA. MWII has been effectively creating and advancing Maine’s wind control capacities in numerous divisions, including development, building, composite advancements, steel creation, accuracy fabricating, ecological administrations and marine exchanges.

"Maine keeps on showing high-bore wind vitality capacities at national and universal traditions and has turned into a genuine wind control store network resource," clarifies MWII Executive and Industry Organizer Paul Williamson. "In certainty, Maine has been picked as the area for the AWEA Provincial Wind Vitality Summit-New Britain and we are get ready to dispatch an online wind vitality ME store network item and business locator."

MWII Chief Paul Williamson will be at the Maine Wind Industry Structure, in corner 1321, to present compelling wind industry designers, makers and experts to Maine organizations that have wind control skill, proficient administrations or pertinent items. The accompanying organizations will participate in the WINDPOWER 2012 Maine Wind Industry Structure: College of Maine Propelled Structures & Composites Center (AEWC), CIANBRO, Sargent, Maine Port Expert, James W. Sewall Organization, Maine Composite Collusion (MCA), Sprague, Kenway, and SGC/Senergy Elective Vitality.

Notwithstanding displaying Maine’s wind control qualities to participants, the Maine Wind Industry Structure will have a gathering with book marking by Wayne Kilcollins, writer of "Maintenance Essentials for Wind Professionals, first Edition". This is the principal Twist Specialist AS school course book concentrated on wind turbine support for the US. Wayne Kilcollins is a Wind Control Innovation Educator at Northern Maine Junior college in Presque Isle, ME.

Situated at the Georgia World Congress Center, the WINDPOWER 2012 Meeting and Presentation is the biggest yearly wind-centered show on the planet. With 1,000 exhibitors – speaking to each portion of the worldwide wind industry – WINDPOWER is the place a great many wind industry experts grow new business connections and gain from industry pioneers.


A production network improvement amass with more than 100 individuals, the Maine Wind Industry Activity (MWII) gives wind vitality advancement administrations to all Maine store network classes. MWII is collective monetary advancement activity that is made out of the accompanying sorted out industry groups: Maine Composites Industry (MCA), Substantial Constructors (AGC), Exactness fabricating and machining (MAMe), Marine Exchanges (MMTA), Natural and Expert Administrations (E2Tech), Designing (ACEC), Innovative work (AEWC), Transportation Coordinations (Maine Port Specialist), and real wind site designers, building and environment counseling firms.

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