Sensing the future
Utilizing a combination of smart sensing, advanced analytics and real-time feedback control, WindESCo is an IIoT firm revolutionizing how wind farms leverage data to maximize profit and performance. We offer a variety of platforms intended to save wind farm operators savings in the hundreds of millions over the life of a project by increasing annual energy production (AEP), reducing major component failures, increasing component lifetime and by providing real time feedback for end-to-end improvements. WindESCo’s scalable solutions enable wind farm operators prevent expensive equipment failures before they happen and extend asset life beyond the design lifetime of wind energy equipment.
Founder and CEO
Mo is the Founder and CEO of WindESCo. He is passionate about applying data science and sensing to solve challenges faced by the operating wind assets. A problem solver at heart, he founded WindESCo to realize his vision of providing a comprehensive optimization solution for wind farms.
Prior to WindESCo, Mo worked as the head of the analytics group at First Wind supporting development and operation of more than 16 wind farms on USA. It was while working at First Wind and seeking optimization solutions that he became aware of an urgent need in the market for a company like WindESCo.
Chief Commercial Officer
As the Chief Commercial Officer at WindESco, David is responsible for originating and securing commercial agreements with clients, primarily focused on new markets. Involved in the renewable energy sector for over 20 years, David brings to WindESCo a broad range of technical, operational and commercial expertise, including a proven track record of value engineering on operating projects from an owners perspective. Prior to joining WindESCo, David worked for a variety of investors and independent power producers across 6 continents, primarily in the wind energy sector, having been based in Australia, California, Thailand, Kenya and Singapore, and is now currently based in the UK.
The global wind industry has undergone a stunning metamorphosis from fringe technology to real player on the grid. In the past ten years alone, global wind capacity has grown from 120,000 MW in 2008 to 540,000 MW in 2017. That remarkable growth has been driven by customers seeking cost-efficient answers to power generation and utilities seeking a solution to volatility in fossil fuel markets.
However, as many of the subsidies and incentives for the wind industry are expiring across the globe, and with increased O&M cost due to turbines aging, operating wind assets must continue innovating to remain cost competitive with traditional sources of power generation.
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