German Wind Power Company Opens New Facility in Atlanta, GA, Expected to Employ Up to 250
The German-based company will make 6-ton Atlas 1 wind turbine gearboxes at the new facility, located in the Gainesville Business Park.
"We're just pleased that Georgia and especially North Georgia...can be a part of the ongoing effort in the alternative energy movement," said Gov. Nathan Deal at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. "We think this facility here is another step forward for our state. We're becoming a state in which alternative energy providers are looking and locating."
According to the Washington, D.C.-based American Wind Energy Association, at least five manufacturing facilities in the state are manufacturing components for wind energy projects.
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