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Wind Tower Systems average salary is $62,000, median salary is $62,000 with a salary range from $62,000 to $62,000.
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Engineer II 62,000-62,000 Heber City, UT, 84032 2010 Wind Tower Systems Engineer II Salaries (1)
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General 62,000-62,000 Heber City, UT, 84032 2010 Wind Tower Systems General Salaries (1)
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  • Wind Tower Systems, LLC
  • Industry: Energy
  • City: Park City, UT
  • Wind Tower Systems (WTS) was founded in Utah in 2002 with the goal of developing and commercializing lighter weight, modular taller wind turbine towers for utility scale wind turbines. In 2003 the company received grants totaling $850,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy¡¯s (DOE) Low Wind Speed Technology Program to conduct research and development work on economic taller towers. An additional $3,100,000 matching grant ($1.511 million grant proceeds) from the California Energy Commission enabled further development and cost optimization activities of the new tower and crawler-crane free systems with a commercial turbine.