Wind Generator Plant Coming to Kansas

June 2009
Assembly;Jun2009, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p10
The article reports on the construction of a wind generator plant by Siemens Energy in Hutchinson, Kansas. Aside from the plant, the firm plans to build a service and repair facility, which, together with the plant, is expected to employ about 400 people. Peter Loscher of Siemens AG states that the construction of the plant is part of their effort in intensifying their commitment to green technology. Loscher adds that the firm chose Hutchinson because of its location and advantage in terms of transportation logistics.


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