Scotland’s Natural Power wins ‘Most Exciting Newcomer’ award at US wind-ustry event

Members of the Natural Power team collect their award in Dallas.
From left, members of the Natural Power winning team – Julius Carter (Head of Operations and Asset Management, North America); Holly Hughes (Senior Vice-President, North America), and Lauren Wheatley, Natural Power’s Director of Technical in Scotland – collect their award in Dallas.

Dumfries-shire based Natural Power has been crowned as ‘Most Exciting Industry Newcomer’ at a US wind industry event in Dallas, Texas.

Since officially establishing an operations and maintenance and asset management service in the North American market last year, Natural Power has secured more than 3GW of service contracts focused on O&M performance monitoring, site inspections and audits, and asset management.

By utilising its strong technical background, Natural Power can combine site turbine O&M services with technical analysis to effectively drive performance.  

Natural Power has since continued to expand across the US with offices in New York and Seattle.

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