Out with the old. In with the new.
There’s something about a new year that triggers inspiration – the belief that we can, and should, be something more. Such thinking is probably why your gyms and weight rooms are a little more crowded than usual. The same mind-set can also be applied to business. With each January, companies and service providers typically use the coming year to chart a different course of action or roll out new products. And service providers that cater to the wind industry are no different. That’s why, this month, we bring you a special section we’re calling “New In 2017.”[adright zone=’190′]
As you’ll read in the following pages, these original equipment manufacturers and service providers have pushed the envelope in terms of conventional thinking. They typically fall under two primary categories: new entrants to the U.S. wind market and those rolling out product innovation. Regardless, the beneficiary is the broader wind industry itself, as new entrants to the U.S. market bring with them a fresh perspective, while product innovation offers the hope of increased efficiency and lower costs.
Welcome to 2017.