Maine wind industry group promoting supply chain capabilitiesThe Maine Wind Industry Initiative will organize a Maine Wind Industry Pavilion at WINDPOWER, which takes place from June 3-6 in Atlanta.

The group is planning to further advance Maine's wind energy supply chain products and professional service business at the event.

"Maine continues to demonstrate high-caliber wind energy capabilities at national and international conventions and has become a serious wind power supply chain resource," said Paul Williamson, MWII director and industry coordinator . "In fact, Maine has been chosen as the location for the AWEA Regional Wind Energy Summit-New England and we are preparing to launch an online wind energy ME supply chain product and business locator."

Maine's windpower capabilities have been developed and promoted in a number of sectors, which include construction, engineering, composite technologies, steel fabrication, precision manufacturing and marine trades.

The Maine Wind Industry Pavilion will also host a reception with a book signing by the author of the first Wind Technician AS college textbook that is focused on wind turbine maintenance for the United States.

Wind turbine test installations will begin in the Gulf of Maine next year, following a delay because of permits still pending for the site, which are expected to be approved in the next two to three months, according to the Free Press.
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