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WindPower 2009

May 4, 2009

WindPower 2009 launches today in Chicago and our editorial team is there to cover it. Expect updates in our news feed, on twitter and in the blog soon. ::continue::

WindPower is of course the largest annual wind conference and exhibition in the world and this year they are expecting over 15,000 attendees and about 1,200 exhibitors will show off their products and services. If you are in the Chicago area you should go and check it out. Otherwise, just keep it right here on for the latest updates.

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Oliver Strube is a Partner & Founder at Abel Twitchell, a creative agency focused on authentic digital marketing for good people & brands committed to local community, social responsibility & global sustainability. Prior to launching Abel Twitchell, Oliver was co-founder of RenewableEnergyWorld.c...


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