WindESCo Announces Appointment of Renewable Energy Veteran Dan Brake as New Advisor

BURLINGTON, MA —December 16, 2020 – WindESCo, the pioneer in renewable
energy optimization, is excited to welcome Dan Brake to join the Company’s Board
of Advisors. Brake will leverage his wind energy technology expertise and industry
knowledge to provide guidance and direction to the company’s executive team
through its continued growth and development as a renewable energy
performance optimization industry leader for wind plants and beyond to other
renewable energy assets.

Dan Brake has over 30 years of wind energy experience ranging from engineering
and operations to policy and standards. He most recently served as Senior Director
of Engineering at Nextera Energy Resources and is currently co-founder and
President of the American Renewable Energy Standards and Certification

“Dan is an industry executive with a unique blend of technology and leadership
experience that creates a perfect fit to advise WindESCo,” said Mo Dua, Founder
and CRO of WindESCo. “His broad range of knowledge, from engineering to
operations and beyond, as well as his deep passion for the renewable energy                                                          market will be an asset to the company as we continue to expand, develop, and

“It is personally fulfilling to continue to support the renewable energy industry by
helping WindESCo's focus of bringing high-valued analytics and optimization
solutions to the broader renewables market” said Dan Brake. “Partnering with
WindESCo will allow me to continue to drive innovation and business improvement
in the market by helping owners get the most out of their renewables assets.”

About WindESCo, Inc.

WindESCo is the leading renewable energy performance analytics company. The
company’s mission is to maximize the performance of its customers’ assets,
ensuring every renewable asset achieves its optimum energy production and
reliability. WindESCo has successfully combined wind domain expertise and AI, with
the goal of partnering with wind plant owners to increase their plant output.
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