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We undertake to be company of choice in the wind industry, rooted in our culture with the participation of our employees, to follow work safety, environment and quality management requirements in all our projects, to establish a safe working environment during our activities and to take measures to prevent occurrence of occupational diseases and work accidents, to prevent occurrence of environmental pollution in our activities in order to avoid breaching the right of our society to live in a healthy environment, and follow the legal requirements, o monitor the results we obtained in our activities of work safety, environmental and quality management, and to improve the same constantly for a green world. Contribute to the improvement of our employees and subcontractors by providing them with training, to improve our corporate infrastructure constantly in order to increase efficiency in our activities. As Nova Family, to increase our energy rooted in the past in wind industry and to convey it to the future in order to fulfill all of our responsibilities to the society, our customers, the environment and our employees, briefly to all of our stakeholders.

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It took about 30 weeks, but MidAmerican Energy has built the tallest land-based wind turbine in the nation in southern Iowa. The Des Moines-based power company captured construction of the 379-foot concrete turbine in a video posted on YouTube, and provided the Register a shorter version. Measuring to the blade tips, the super tall turbine reaches to 557 feet, making it taller than the Washington Monument.

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A new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) finds that with the right policies in place, the average costs for solar and wind power could decrease by between 26 percent and 59 percent by 2025. The report, titled The Power to Change: Solar and Wind Cost Reduction Potential to 2025, concludes that technology innovations, increased competition, pressure on supply chains and economies of scale could see by 2025 average electricity costs for solar PV fall by 59 percent, offshore wind by 35 percent, onshore wind by 26 percent and concentrated solar power by as much as 43 percent.

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We value innovation, teamwork, integrity, honesty and a ‘can do’ attitude. If you think that you can be a part of our team then you can turn this opportunity into a career because we are searching for qualified technicians.