Natural Power will be exhibiting at AWEA's annual Wind Resource & Project Energy Assessment Conference 2018 which takes place on September 11 - 12, in Austin, Texas.
This technical event is the only one of its kind within North America. Accurate wind energy resource assessment is a critical factor in developing successful wind projects, and attendees will participate in targeted networking sessions and explore the industry's needs through presentations on new state-of-the-art techniques and technologies. As the conference concludes, attendees should expect to gain critical insight to the key matters by which the industry makes energy predictions.
Mackenzie Tocco, Project Engineer, is moderating the panel for ‘Data Science - Powering Business Value on Tuesday, September 11, 2.30pm - 3.45pm. Expanding on the emergence of data science techniques in the industry, this session will explore the opportunities to integrate tools and techniques in order to improve efficiencies and provide business value in all aspects from data analysis to turbine performance. View more details here - https://s23.a2zinc.net/clients/awea/ra18/Public/SessionDetails.aspx?FromPage=Speakers.aspx&SessionID=3273&nav=true&Role=U%27
Taurin and Mackenzie will be joined at the event by Natural Power President, Jim Adams, and Senior Vice President, Holly Burnett, along with Business Development Manager, Evan Osler. To pre-arrange a meeting with any of the team, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about the event, view the full conference program and register to attend, visit https://www.awea.org/events/event.aspx?eventid=61025
Natural Power in North America
The team of experienced wind industry veterans at Natural Power reviewed more than a third of new wind assets in the USA on behalf of clients in 2017 and has continued to expand across the US with offices in New York and Seattle. The business provides asset management services on over 5GW 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.