World’s Number One Turbine Supplier Moves to Chicago’s Civic Opera Building
CHICAGO (August 29, 2016) - Goldwind Americas, a subsidiary of Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (Shenzhen Stock Exchange: 002202, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited: 2208), announced today that it has relocated its headquarters to the historic Civic Opera Building at 20 North Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois.
According to David Halligan, Chief Executive Officer of Goldwind Americas, the move is part of Goldwind’s planned growth in the Americas’ energy markets. "We have set a growth strategy for the Americas and the investment we’ve made in expanding our office in Chicago underscores our strategic focus. Our new, larger work space reflects our continuing commitment to the U.S. wind market and to fostering new energy innovations and solutions.”
Goldwind, the world’s largest wind turbine supplier based on 2015 installed capacity, has called Chicago home since it established its North and Latin American operations in 2010.
“Goldwind is a proud member of the Chicago business community and its robust renewable energy sector,” continues Mr. Halligan.
Goldwind Americas, headquartered in Chicago, is the world’s leading wind turbine technology and energy solutions provider. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co., Ltd (SZSE: 002202) (HK: 2208), Goldwind’s revolutionary Permanent Magnet Direct Drive (PMDD) technology is shaping a new standard in wind energy. Goldwind Americas offers a full suite of innovative renewable energy solutions, including equipment sales, operations and maintenance, and capital.