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meet some of our team

Andrew Clark

Andrew specializes in due diligence project management, pre-construction development support, computer-based modelling, wind resource assessment and project design for both on and offshore wind. In his current role he shares responsibility for overall company operations and business development activities.

Andy Cheng

Stirling, Scotland
Andy joined Natural Power directly from university in 2010, having studied aerodynamics and renewable energy. Natural Power has worked on more than 120 projects around the world, and Andy cites a project in Kenya as one of his highest achievements. As a Wind Analyst working on more than 5GW of projects, his day involves anemometry management and layout design, optimisation and energy yield analysis on a number of sites.

Andy Yuill

Stirling, Scotland
It wasn’t until Andy added a renewable energy degree to his manufacturing engineering qualification that he became interested in sustainable heating. With a direct involvement in more than 30 bioenergy projects globally totalling 500MW, Natural Power is a leading consultant in the sector. Always looking to the latest industry developments, Andy’s interest in technology has already been useful on a number of Natural Power projects.

Christine Bordonaro

Christine Bordonaro brings 20 years of total industry experience with 15 years in the solar industry. Most recently at DNV GL, she performed and managed technical due-diligence reviews on commercial and utility scale solar projects across the US and Canada. She also conducted technical reviews and bankability studies for PV equipment, which consisted of factory audits across China and Europe.

Christine Sutter

Crissy has over 25 years of experience in bat and general wildlife ecology, GIS analysis and spatial modeling, risk modeling, endangered species, land management planning, and natural resource policy and permitting. She assists clients in negotiating the permitting process and conducting effective consultation and coordination with state and federal agencies. Her technical expertise also includes wildlife risk assessments, predictive modeling, and developing innovative technologies such as ReBAT® and TIMRSM.

David Dunne

Dublin, Ireland
Based in Dublin, one of Natural Power’s 13 global offices, David is a Construction Project Manager. His role involves Client liaison, data analysis, claims processing and contract reviews. The job is challenging, with always something new to learn. David particularly enjoys the Project Management aspects of the role, with regular site visits providing vital insights into construction and pre-construction from a Client’s perspective.

Euan Hutchison

Global Headquarters, Castle Douglas
Euan was one of the team that helped to deliver consent on Pen y Cymoedd, one of the largest onshore wind farms ever to be consented in England and Wales. Having worked in a similar Planning & Development role with a local authority, Euan helps to assess sites for Clients, solving problems, providing advice and sifting through reports to find the best possible sites.

Gary Winslow

Gary is based in the Saratoga Springs office, one of Natural Power’s North American bases. With around 15 years industry experience he made the natural progression from energy yield due diligence into full project due diligence. Gary enjoys meeting the fellow engineers responsible for building renewable energy projects in these often challenging locations. His role provides a variety of challenges, which utilises Gary’s wide range of industry experience.

Gregory Dudziak

Stirling, Scotland
Dr Gregory Dudziak has more than 10 years international experience in the renewable energy industry. As one of Natural Power’s many due diligence all-rounders he enjoys the variety of projects and working directly with more specialist colleagues. His advice to anyone looking for a career in the industry is to remain inquisitive, have a hunger for knowledge and try to develop a couple of key skills in a specialist area.

Jim Adams

As President of North America Operations, Jim is responsible for setting the strategy and the day-to-day management of Natural Power’s presence in North America. Jim has managed contracts supporting the development and operations of several thousand MW’s of high-profile renewable energy projects, with a particular focus on onshore wind.  Working on a broad range of projects for utility, lender, government and industrial clients, his team take a full lifecycle approach to their projects, mitigating risk at every stage. His expertise includes initial project site identification and feasibility, wind plant layout and design, wind resource and energy assessment, turbine technology reviews and asset management aspects of wind energy for on and offshore wind projects alike.

John Woodruff

Aberystwyth, Wales
John Woodruff is based in Aberystwyth offices and works in our Planning & Development Team. His job is all about problem solving and that’s what makes his work interesting with no two sites, clients or issues the same. John led Natural Power’s environmental impact assessment work on the largest wind farm consent in England and Wales, and has successfully delivered around 340MW of consented projects.

Ken Taylor

Global Headquarters, Castle Douglas
With a background in civil & structural engineering, Ken works within the construction team, managing primarily hydro power projects from the pre-construction phase, through construction, to project handover and operation. Experience includes preparation of planning condition discharge documents, preparation of tender packages including scope of works and contract documentation, management of Balance of Plant and Turbine Supply tendering, tender assessment, liaison with and co-ordination of the project team and other stakeholders throughout pre-construction and construction phases, review of design information and due diligence.

Kerr Willis

Project managing eight sites; Kerr believes that no two sites are the same. The skill of Natural Power’s team is to overcome the challenge of each site and to save the Client on costs. Kerr and his team work closely with Clients, councils and contractors to ensure the development is delivered to industry best practice, and saving the customer both time and money throughout the project lifecycle.

Kevin Armstrong

Global Headquarters, Castle Douglas
Kevin manages the ControlCentre based at The Greenhouse which provides remote Control Room services for Asset Management services on over 2.7GW of projects across the Renewable sector. Each customer receives a bespoke package and in an ever-changing market, his role is to ensure the highest quality in service delivery for current and future projects.

our office locations

Global Headquarters, Castle Douglas

Our Global HQ is based in an environmentally friendly office in an 11,000 acre forest. The office is one hour and forty minutes from Glasgow, fifty minutes from Ayr and twenty from Castle Douglas.