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April 11, 2019

World Wind & Solar’s new headquarters was recently featured by Tehachapi News. In her article, “‘Revolutionizing how training is done in our industry;’ World Wind & Solar’s new headquarters almost complete,” writer Cara Jackson details the progress of WWS’s soon-to-open Tehachapi downtown headquarters.

The new headquarters is a 108-year-building refurbished by WWS to be a state-of-the-art training campus. The new building will feature switch gears, simulators, inverters, and wind turbine products for hands-on training. WWS has made a big investment in its workforce training over the past 5 years, and this new campus will further help its technicians deliver high-caliber services.

“WWS is leading the charge for service providers to step up and truly educate our teams. The campus and our WWS Mobile University are completely revolutionizing how training is done in our industry,”  said WWS CEO Buddy Cummings. “Our mission is to train, equip and deploy an elite workforce who are here to serve.”

You can read the full article on the Tehachapi News website. For more information about our training and services, visit our Training page or Contact Us for a free consultation.

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