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Steve Jones

Steve Jones

Steve Jones serves as Head of Department for DNV GL Renewables in the Americas. He is passionate about renewable energy and happy to be leading a great team making a difference for our clients. He has over 20 years of experience with engineering consulting, and 15 years in wind power. In addition to managing the wind energy team, Steve’s recent work has focused on due diligence for wind power project financings and acquisitions. Typical work focuses on wind resource, expected energy generation, turbine suitability to the site, capital and operations costs, and risk allocation in project agreements. To join Mr. Jones’ professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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The environmental effects of electric generation: What happens when you flip that switch?

I once heard someone say that every time you flip on a light, you are harming or killing something. Indeed, electricity generation is one of the most impactful of human activities. The same principle applies when turning up the furnace, or plugging-i ...

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Wind power takes over the headlines: What's next for the industry?

August began with an exciting range of news in the wind power industry. Below, you will find a selection of August 1st headlines from the U.S. wind industry, and the thoughts they engender from an industry insider: Northland to Buy Majority Stake ...

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Fewer tilted wigs, increased focus, and new directions: Reflections from WINDPOWER 2013

I wrote this post while flying home from AWEA's WINDPOWER 2013 conference that just concluded in Chicago, Illinois. This was the twelfth WINDPOWER event I have attended, and I'd like to share my reflections on this year's conference, while also refle ...

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