Wind turbines and their blades represent a substantial investment for any renewable energy project. In this webinar, learn how our experienced blade service technicians use field knowledge to combat issues such as blade erosion and lightning damage.
We will provide you with the knowledge of how a comprehensive blade inspection and repair plan can increase the lifespan of your project. By utilizing a multi-tiered blade inspection approach customers can select the service level that best suits their individual project’s needs, helping owners overcome common blade issues and increase project output.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How utilizing a comprehensive blade inspection and repair plan can optimize project performance and increase the lifespan of your blades
- Discover how best practices and common themes can be applied successfully to your project
- Learn how our lifetime blade management program can increase the output of your technology
Jon Salmon, Senior Technical Services Manager, EDF Renewable Services
Jon Salmon is senior technical services manager for EDF Renewable Services. Prior to this role, he served for two years as operations manager for EDF Renewable Services, and three years as field engineering manager and technical training manager. Before stepping into the wind industry in 2009, Mr. Salmon worked in a variety of design, manufacturing, and process engineering management roles in semiconductor, hydraulic crane, service truck, and biofuel industries. Mr. Salmon has degrees in materials science and mechanical engineering from the University of California Berkeley, and is a professional engineer in Iowa, where he is located.
Matt Sigala, Area Technical Specialist, EDF Renewable Services
Matt Sigala is area technical specialist for EDF Renewable Services, where he focuses on composite technical support such as blade inspection and repairs activities. Prior to this role, he worked for two years as advanced wind technician for EDF Renewable Services. Before moving into the wind industry, Mr. Sigala worked in aviation as an A&P mechanic and composite technician where he maintained a fleet of 35 aircraft.
Kelly Miller, Composite Repair Manager, EDF Renewable Services
Kelly Miller has been in the wind industry for over six years. In his current position he coordinates and oversees the blade management and repair services for EDF Renewable Services. He recently transferred from operation manager at the Thumb Wind Parks. Before EDF, Mr. Miller spent four years with Nordex USA starting as a service technician in Pennsylvania, then was quickly promoted to lead technician and then site lead in his hometown of Ithaca, Michigan. This was the same project where he started in the wind industry as development office manager for Beebe Community Wind Farm LLC. Mr. Miller also has a strong background in construction. Before wind, he owned and operated his own business for more than ten years.