Juwi moving US wind energy headquarters to Colorado

Juwi is moving its US wind-energy headquarters in September from Cleveland to Boulder, Colorado, a state that offers a large renewable energy resource pool that the company can tap for expansion.

The Cleveland office will remain open to act as a liason with the company's growing portfolio of wind projects in Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio. Juwi wind also has an office in Kansas.


The German company expects the wind division move will add about 20 people to more than 30 others in Boulder, where its US solar energy operations are based.


The Boulder area includes operations of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, National Institute of Standards and Technology, University of Colorado and National Renewable Energy Laboratory.


In an article posted on the company's website, juwi officials praised Colorado as among the leading US states in enacting renewable energy legislative initiatives.


Juwi wind has a US development pipeline of 1,100MW, USA chief executive Michael Rucker tells Recharge.


The parent company based in Worrstadt, Germany, employs more than 1,000 people worldwide.


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