Natural Power expands US team

Natural Power's North American team continues to expand with the appointment of Evan Osler to the role of Business Development Manager.

He joins from NRG Systems where he was the Senior Technical Lead for remote sensing products. He is a wind energy expert with professional experience in a range of roles including project development consulting, preconstruction and operational wind and energy assessment, and leading-edge equipment sales and marketing.


Evan said: "Natural Power's technical expertise in renewable energy spans across technologies, the project lifecycle and geographies, and its corporate mission of creating a better global environment aligns with my own interests and motivations. I'm looking forward to working alongside so many renewable energy experts and being part of Natural Power's long term, sustained growth in North America."

Jim Adams, President of Natural Power North America, said: "We are delighted to welcome Evan to the team. Over the past year, we have continued our expansion in the North American renewable energy market, and with Evan's support we look forward to expanding our reach throughout the continent."

Natural Power has continued to expand across the US with offices in New York and Seattle. Most recently the business expanded the Seattle office to accommodate its growing number of employees, and moved to a new, larger facility at 2701 1st Ave Suite 440, Seattle. The business provides asset management services on over 5 GW of renewable energy projects, equivalent to the top three US wind owners by capacity (according to AWEA 2015 Market Report figures). Its approach to ‘total asset management' on operational projects includes a range of services for owners and financiers alike, including local site management and balance of plant services, advanced performance engineering analysis, remote monitoring services, and operational reporting and analysis.

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