Naperville, Ill.-based Broadwind Energy Inc., a provider of components, logistics and services to the wind power and broader energy markets, has realigned its management team to advance its business development, international and technology efforts.
Lars Moller was named president for technology and international business, and will focus his efforts on Broadwind Energy's technology leadership and international expansion, along with managing key customer and other third-party relationships. He was formerly the company's chief operations officer and has more than 20 years of experience in the wind energy industry.
Moller currently serves on the board of directors of both the American Wind Energy Association and the Canadian Wind Energy Association.
Jess Collins has been named group president for three Broadwind subsidiary companies – Tower Tech Systems, RBA and Badger Transport. He joined Broadwind in 2008, having previously spent 15 years at Trinity Industries, where he served as president of Trinity Structural Towers Inc.
Don Naab has been named group president for Broadwind's Brad Foote Gear Works and EMS subsidiary companies. He joined Broadwind in 2008 and previously held executive positions with international manufacturing companies serving various industrial markets.
‘Our new management structure provides the framework for pursuing international business opportunities so that we can better serve our customers, enhance our supply chain and develop additional synergies among our subsidiary companies,’ says J. Cameron Drecoll, CEO of Broadwind Energy. ‘In addition, we plan to increase our efforts in developing new technologies that will further enhance the products and services we provide our customers in the wind energy market worldwide.’
SOURCE: Broadwind Energy Inc.