Malcolm Heath is joining us as Business Development Manager for WindGEMINI.
BRISTOL, U.K., 1 October 2019 – As WindGEMINI has been increasing its userbase, so is our team! We are happy to announce that, starting from October 1st, Malcolm Heath is joining us as Business Development Manager for WindGEMINI. Malcolm is a Senior Engineer in the Renewable Energy Analytics department, having worked with DNV GL since 2009. His previous analytical work focused on the long-term energy production of operational plant, and on the provision of performance monitoring services. In other roles he performed preconstruction energy analyses and lead the team responsible for marketing DNV GL’s range of software products to the renewables industry. Malcolm obtained an MSc with distinction in Renewable Energy Systems Technology from Loughborough University, after many years as an engineer in the television industry.
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