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International renewable energy consultancy Natural Power has announced that Karen Olson, an experienced wind industry and business development veteran, is joining the company's North American team.

Formerly of Genivar Corp. and Windlogics Inc., Olson will add to the organization's range of independent renewable energy consulting services in North America. An environmental consultant by training, her experience includes financial due diligence, project management, consulting and land development working in support of business development and client relationships.

Jim Adams, president of North American operations at Natural Power, comments, “We are very pleased to see our team expand in the U.S., and we welcome Karen and the wealth of wind experience she brings with her. Since our establishment in North America back in 2009, we have delivered a range of client services - with Karen on-board and a demonstrable track record across the sector now, we now look forward to developing new opportunities in all areas in the coming year.”


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