Romax To Open Wind Energy Technical Center In Colorado

Technology plans to open a new technical center in Colorado in response to the growing demand for the company's technical consultancy services from the U.S. wind energy industry. Located in Boulder, Colo., the facility will provide a center for Romax's wind engineering business, enabling the delivery of key projects with local wind energy clients and partners, Romax explains. Adding to the company's 10 worldwide offices, and complementing an established technical and sales team in Troy, Mich., the facility will focus solely on the delivery of products and services for wind energy. The technical center will initially provide support to U.S. wind initiatives, such as the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Gearbox Reliability Collaborative, as well as assisting wind turbine and component manufacturers to supply products to the U.S. market. The first long-term technical partner to be supported by the new Romax technical center is Boulder Wind Power (BWP). BWP intends to design, develop and eventually manufacture large multi-megawatt, direct-drive wind turbines. Romax will provide BWP with design, analysis, dynamics and instrumentation experience for the whole direct-drive turbine drivetrain. SOURCE: [link=]Romax Technology[/


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