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Renewable energy consultancy Natural Power has appointed Andy Howie as director of asset management.

In this role, Howie will help to drive the global operations business forward, with a particular focus on wind farm site operation, asset optimization, and health and safety standards. He will also lead the asset management team, which consists of over 30 employees in the U.K., France and the U.S.

Howie joins Natural Power from AES, where he was director of operations, construction and technical services. He also brings with him more than two decades of industry experience, including positions at SKM, Siemens, Mitsubishi and SeaWest.


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