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“This is a great opportunity to meet a significant need in this rapidly growing market,” said Cedric Ball, marketing projects leader, Ashland Performance Materials. “Steel towers for large wind turbines have reached size and weight limits for over-the-road transport. Composite towers potentially solve this problem.”
This is the second wind energy project to tap Ashland as a collaborative partner. Last fall, Ashland announced its participation in the University of Maine Offshore Wind Consortium’s DeepCwind project, which was awarded an $8 million grant from the federal government’s stimulus program.
For more information about Ashland resins used in wind energy applications, contact Cedric Ball at (614) 790-4161 or visit www.ashland.com.