Wind Energy Corp., a young high-tech company that develops next-generation wind turbines, has announced plans to locate a manufacturing facility in Morgantown. The company is acquiring a 133,200-square-foot facility on 17 acres in Morgantown and expects to begin manufacturing by the end of the year. The facility will bring 260 new jobs to the south-central Kentucky region within five years and represents an investment of more than $6.1 million. Wind Energy also plans to expand its headquarters in Elizabethtown by adding 35 full-time high-tech or executive positions. Unlike traditional, propeller-driven turbines that require a minimum of eight to 12-mile-per-hour wind speed and an average of one acre of clear land for each turbine, the Wind Energy product will be designed to operate in as little as four miles per hour of wind velocity without motor assist. In addition, the Wind Energy turbines are not harmful to birds. The product is intended to be a distributed green power source for a variety of users"
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