Windpower Engineering & Development is the fastest growing wind-power resource targeting professionals involved in all aspects of a wind farm’s lifecycle. This includes developers, engineers, technicians, manufacturers, and researchers that work to either site, build, maintain, repair, or optimize wind-related components, software, and projects.
U.S. wind power supports a record 114,000 American jobs, over 500 domestic factories, and more than $1 billion a year in revenue for American states and communities that host wind farms (Source: AWEA). Wind is the fastest growing renewable energy resource in the U.S.
The goal at Windpower Engineering & Development is to educate and expand the knowledge of our audience, while connecting the wind community to further grow industry business and projects. The aim is to support a cleaner, cost-effective, and carbon-free energy future.
Windpower Engineering & Development produces daily online news content, weekly e-newsletters, bimonthly print issues, regular podcasts, webinars, and is on social media. The quarterly print publication reaches 10,000 qualified professionals in the wind industry.
Michelle Froese, Editor
With over a decade of experience writing and editing for the renewable energy industry, Michelle Froese has long developed an interest in the wind-power industry. There’s a rich and appealing history found in turbine technology, which dates back centuries and has advanced to the modern-day powerhouses seen at today’s wind farms. Along with her commitment to environmental stewardship, Michelle enjoys learning and sharing thought-provoking information that might one day help change our world for the better.
Billy Ludt, Assistant Editor
Billy started at Solar Power World in 2018. He holds a degree in journalism from Youngstown State University and was previously a reporter at newspapers in Northeast Ohio. His byline has appeared in The Vindicator, West Life News and the Pittsburgh City Paper. Billy is new to the solar industry, but he’s eager to cover stories on mounting, racking and tracking systems and business developments for Solar Power World.
Courtney Nagle, Vice President of Business Development, Publisher Renewable Energy Brands
Courtney (Seel) Nagle, is Vice President of Business Development & Publisher Renewable Energy Brands WTWH Media. Nagle leads the company’s Renewable Energy business lines including Windpower Engineering & Development, Solar Power World, Energy Storage Network and Top Contractors Gala, and other initiatives. Ms. Nagle has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications & Advertising from Bowling Green State University and Accounting & Finance degree from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.