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Renewable energy consultancy Natural Power has appointed Graham Gow as its head of operational systems.

In his new role, Gow will be responsible for the delivery and integration of Natural Power's software development activities.

Gow worked in wind energy with GL-Garrad Hassan for almost two decades. Initially, he worked on machine and blade design, as well as fatigue lifetime analysis, before moving into a more strategic role, carrying out small- and large-scale resource assessments and cost/resource analyses for the integration of various renewable energy technologies.

Gow was also previously involved in the development of wind power forecasting services, and wind farm SCADA and operational performance data analysis solutions.



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